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Date & Time: Wednesday, 2019/01/23, 6:30 PM [Welcome time 6:15 PM]
 
Location: Building SW3, Room 1710, BCIT Burnaby Campus, 3700 Willingdon Ave , Burnaby

Title: Migration of Legacy apps to Modern Applications. Evolution not Revolution.

Topic: Do you still have lots of old WinForms applications you are supporting? WPF? This presentation will provide you with tools and techniques you can add to your developer toolbox allowing you to update those applications with modern looks and features without a complete rewrite. Still running Windows 7? No problem there is something there for you too!

Speaker: Mark Schramm

Mark Schramm is a Microsoft MVP, Windows Development. Mark develops Windows Apps, Cognitive Services applications and cross-platform apps. Mark has presented at major Microsoft conferences such as Ignite in Florida and currently is acting as a Technical Advisor for Microsoft's Garage Intern program as well as managing his own development consulting company.

Mark is a Microsoft MVP in Windows Development. He helps companies modernize their enterprise Windows applications and also works with organizations on AI applications. Mark's focus with customers is extending the value of existing solutions while adding new abilities without disruption. Mark is an avid supporter of inclusive design in software development and diversity in software development. Follow Mark @markbschramm

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