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martes, 8 de septiembre de 2020

Why migrating to .NET Core, soon 5 is a must, specially after the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected companies, many being force to reduce their workforce, 
many employees have had to accept new contract arrangements with reduced salary, 
and people motivation and happiness has generally beeng reduced as well.

As result of all of this and more, companies had had to change their strategies,
many companies have had to become digital in order to survive, and since the end of the pandemic is actually unknown, companies need to reduce their expenses as much as possible, while still been agile and great in their operations.

Many companies still use old technologies, and many still are reluctant to migrate from .NET Framework to .NET Core, even if is it just for new applications.

I have worked with .NET Framework since 1.1, and with .NET Core since it's first release candidates, and I also have migrated projects across versions of each, and from .NET Framework to .NET Core.

When you develop systems with .NET Core, you actually see the difference, not only in performance, but also in development speed, which is in turn heavily linked to the time it would take for a system to be ready for go to market.

Advantages of moving to .NET Core

  • Better systems performance
  • Less overhead in systems
  • Faster communication across systems
  • Cross platform support
  • Faster software development
  • Easier development of reusable components
  • Ready for Cloud-Native applications
  • Enhanced from the lessons learned in original .NET (.NET Framework)
  • Increased range of application types you can create
  • Save you time and money
  • More innovation opportunities
Migrating not only reduces cost, while giving you an advantage over your competitors, but it is also a way to motivate your human resources, which has become even more vital after the pandemic.

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