Microsoft Build 2020: The next phase of .NET – Sharing from a panel featuring Thang Chung, NashTech Senior Solution Architect
June 12, 2020
Microsoft’s annual developer conference; Microsoft Build 2020 took place over 48 hours from the 19th to 21st May. This conference is eagerly anticipated every year across the globe and is covered by the likes of CNBC, BBC and Forbes Magazine. The event was live-streamed for the first time rather than taking place like it normally does in Seattle and kicked off with a keynote from CEO Satya Nadella. We are therefore so proud to have one of our Nashers speak at this prestigious global Microsoft event.
Microsoft’s mission is to empower every individual and organization to achieve more. This includes all Microsoft events, including on digital platforms, where they aim to create a respectful, friendly, fun, and inclusive experience for all participants. This year, unlike other preceding MS Build conferences, Microsoft had turned its biggest summit into a digital event due to the impact of Covid-19 pandemic.
Microsoft also utilizes this developer conference to feature their key areas, while demonstrating updates on these technologies. One of the most anticipated sessions from Microsoft Build 2020 was titled “The next phase of .NET”. In this session, NashTech was proud to have Mr. Thang Chung – Senior Solution Architect, representative of .NET community in Vietnam – as an honorable speaker to discuss a myriad of new things coming to .NET, from .NET 5 to source generators.
Watch the full panel discussion here: