This is the first article in a series of articles on how to use Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise and Visual Studio 2017 for Mac Enterprise to build cross-platform applications that target Windows, Android, iOS, and Mac.
Posts by Richard Crane:
We are excited to be attending the Microsoft Ignite conference. This is one of Microsoft’s conferences and is the first year we will be attending as a Microsoft Partner.
We are excited to be attending the Microsoft Inspire conference. This is Microsoft’s partner conference. This will be the first time we will be attending as a Microsoft partner.
https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2017/B8063 Microsoft has been deploying FPGAs in every Azure server over the last several years, creating a cloud that can be reconfigured to optimize a diverse set of applications and functions.
Back when we started MILL5 I was asked “What are you doing?” “Are you starting a consulting company?” “Are you starting a product company?” “What are you trying to do?” “Why are you doing this?” Back then [prior to MILL5] I would have told you that I was tired of unfulfilled promises, being overworked, and […]
We are excited to be attending the Microsoft Build conference. This is Microsoft’s premier developer conference and is the second year we will be attending as a Microsoft Partner.
I have been working with .NET since 2001. That is when I joined Microsoft and spent the next 10 years helping customers architect and build amazing applications on the .NET platform. Often my role is to lead a team of developers helping them build amazing software. Even though .NET has be around for many years, […]
We are excited to be attending Amazon’s AWS re:Invent conference. This is their premier conference for their cloud services platform and is the first year we will be attending as an AWS Partner.
We will be speaking at the Boston Amazon Web Services Meetup on October 11th. Presentation Abstract: Richard Crane, Chief Architect and Technology Officer of MILL5, will discuss a soon-to-be-released PaaS offering [from MILL5] that will allow financial analysts, scientists, and developers to create REST-based services in the cloud to quickly expose models and applications. Currently […]
There have been many times where I didn’t understand the need for service discovery products. Often services are discovered for you, either behind load balancers or using traditional DNS lookups. Why does one need a service discovery product? Currently we are working on a machine learning and scientific computing product that spawns workers to fulfill […]