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Our primary use case is generally for clients that are enterprise-sized businesses like insurance companies or bit telecom companies in the US. They are generally the customers that use this solution and my company provides services to them. Our work is related to putting the solution together and implementing the whole thing end to end. A lot of companies are moving towards the cloud, so either it's AWS or Azure or Google. Google is not as popular as AWS, followed by Microsoft Azure. And of course there are a lot of products on Microsoft which are also popular like their database and of course the Windows server and things like that. We're a partner of Microsoft and I'm the associate director of our company.
Basically all my development work is done with .NET Framework. It's web services, data processing, get web APIs, and also web development. I work as an IT development manager and am also an architect.
We primarily use the solution as a self-check-in tool for customers for a number of hotels.
We are a software company, and we build software. This is one of the solutions that we use in our development environment. I have a profound handle on Microsoft. Net Framework.
We are part of the development team. We use this solution with TFS as our ALM tool, and we use the information server for the deployment.
We are working with version 2019, but we have clients who are still on older versions. We deployed the solution in 2014 or 2015 and they still haven't upgraded.
We primarily use this solution for point-of-sale and finances. We also use it for maintaining student information, details about teachers, attendance, and grades.
Our primary use case is custom business applications, Integration services using WCF/Web API.
I use this solution for infrastructure work and Business Intelligence.
Our primary use is to be able to build solutions more quickly and easily that has good flexibility. When you want to build a product, you have to have faith in the nature of its functionality and know you can write your code to run on their core. Another solution is to write software code to run on top of the framework. Microsoft .NET Framework is a very good infrastructure and we program over that. It handles many tasks for us and it helps us to write our programs very fast and very efficiently. Although it is like a virtual machine, it is still fast — or faster — and it is efficient. Compared to Java Virtual Machine (JVM), I prefer to use the Microsoft .NET Framework because it is built specifically to work with Microsoft Windows. I have grown to trust Microsoft over a long time and we can easily write programs in familiar languages to work with Windows over the Microsoft .NET Framework.
The .NET Framework is the foundation for software design and development. This is the context that I use it in, and the perspective that I view the discussion about it.