State of .NET Events

Brought to you by CODE Consulting and CODE Magazine, these free events are designed for developers and IT decision makers. Join us online or in-person at one of these free events for a presentation loaded with content and no fluff! Speakers like Markus Egger, Microsoft RD and one of the longest running MVPs, will provide inside information and real-world experiences. This is NOT marketing hype! We will discuss which technologies are worth investing time and money in, and which ones to avoid.

State of .NET events are always completely free and prior knowledge is not required. Attendees will come away with a clear understanding of which technologies to use for various technical challenges and which ones are better to avoid.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 13, 2024

.NET Conf 2024 will be the official release event of .NET 9. Join us for a recap of the most important announcements and developments of the event.

Recent Event Recordings

Note: Also check out recent CODE Presents Event Recordings.



I liked the knowledgeable comparison of the various technologies, including when to use or not to use each. Very clear and objective. His information is based on real experience using the technologies.

Richard Shaw

Catalyst Computer Services Inc

I want to thank Markus for his graciousness and willingness to share his knowledge for so long. I’ll probably never throw away his Object Oriented book even though I no longer do much but maintain records in the applications I wrote. His teaching on C# and his State of .NET have been always rich and valuable. He is one of a kind.

James Wade

Houston State of .NET Attendee

I found Markus to be an excellent presenter with informed observations and a good mix of code, slides, and examples.

Brian Federia

Good event! Appreciated the content, timely and well presented.

W. Newquay

Vancouver State of .NET Attendee

I just wanted to thank you again. Honestly I have been trawling the net for days and not found anything remotely helpful, but your video has done so much for me!

Danielle Tucker

Health Management Research Group