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.NET Aspire Developers Day is coming up!

If you are part of the .NET community, you certainly have heard about .NET Aspire. It is a new framework/tool/set of patterns from Microsoft that allows you to build observable, cloud ready distributed applications. It’s main goal is to make it easier to build cloud-native applications on top of .NET.

Now if you didn’t had the time yet to take a look at .NET Aspire and want to learn what all the fuzz is about, I have some good news for you. On July 23, Microsoft will host the .NET Aspire Developers Day. This livestream event will be a full day of sessions with one common goal:

To show you how easy it is to harness the power of .NET Aspire, why it’s essential for modern development, and how you can leverage a vibrant community for support and innovation.

If you like to join, subscribe here for the event. Hope to see you all(virtually) there!

In preparation of the event, you can watch the recording of the Let’s Learn .NET Aspire beginner series:

More information

.NET Aspire overview - .NET Aspire | Microsoft Learn

Join Us for .NET Aspire Developers Day – Elevate Your Cloud Native Skills! - .NET Blog (

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