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Evolving Legacy ASP.NET Applications


It’s hard to believe that ASP.NET was first released over a decade ago! Given the success of the framework in the enterprise world, many of us are in a position of working with old legacy ASP.NET applications. One of the great things about ASP.NET is that you can mix and match the various technologies (Web Forms, MVC, Web API). This means that if you are working with an older application, you can still make use of the latest and greatest features.

In this session we will explore BugTracker.NET, a decade old ASP.NET application and show some specific examples of how to evolve this application to use the latest and greatest features of ASP.NET.


We will have David Paquette in town for a few days. Some of you may know David as the past president of this very group. He is also an MVP and blogs extensively.

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  • David P.

    1 · September 27, 2014

  • David P.

    Thanks for the feedback everyone. You can read the blog posts at

    September 27, 2014

  • Sean D.

    Thank you, David and Simon. The topic and content was definitely relevant to current challenges faced by many .NET developers.

    The venue was good for me, too, as I work in the building. Perhaps the prospective Azure Camp can be held at Innovate Calgary?

    September 26, 2014

  • Dicky

    Those codes were definitely legacy, very interesting to see how some of the coding were done back then.

    September 26, 2014

  • Landon

    Thanks David! Looking forward to reading your blog posts.

    September 26, 2014

  • Ryan J.

    Good content! Looking forward to reading the related blog posts

    September 25, 2014

  • Moneka

    Was an awesome event! Thanks again!

    September 25, 2014

  • Mauro Q.

    Hi all, I know that Innovate Calgary reception locks the doors at 4:30 pm... would anyone know how to get in and which room is for our meeting?

    September 22, 2014

    • Simon T.

      The doors should remain unlocked for our meeting. We're in the atrium, right when you come in. Can't miss it.

      September 22, 2014

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