Microsoft creates .NET Foundation to open source its technology

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There are a significant number of web application codes out there, but one of the most commonly used platforms is .NET. Around the world, .NET frameworks are installed on over 1 billion devices, according to Tech Crunch. During a time where users are looking for a seamless multi-device experience, it is that much more valuable to have someone who has extensive knowledge of .NET technology.

Earlier this month, Microsoft decided to open source more than 20 of its .NET tools, one that is intended to improve mobile development C# programming language as well as the .NET Micro Framework, ZDNet explained.

"Going forward, Microsoft expects to release as open source more of its .NET components and libraries via the new foundation," ZDNet contributor Mary Jo Foley wrote. "It also is seeking contributions from commercial vendors and members of the .NET community."

This is a great challenge and opportunity for seasoned .NET developers, who are looking to improve how their servers are created, tested and implemented. Are you a .NET developer who is looking to learn more about Microsoft's open-source material, as well as identify methods to maximize the use of this code?

If so, there is an IT job in Houston, Texas for you. One of our clients is looking for a candidate who is well-rounded in life cycle experience. In order to be eligible for this said position, senior .NET developer candidates "must have hands on experience with at least [three] .NET full life cycle projects."

Microsoft's open chest couldn't have come at a better time because this organization is seeking to construct more applications and provide support for active applications. 

Inquest Staffing is seeking to fill a number of IT jobs in the Houston area, such as a Senior .NET Developer. We're here to match candidates with exciting new positions as they develop their careers.

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