Dear me! I can’t believe it! My first Pluralsight course went live yesterday. As I described month ago, this was one of the opportunities to do something I’ve never done before. And this worked quite well. It was a hard task, took much more effort I’ve originally planned and was overall very strength-sapping.
But finally the course is live. I’m very happy that I was able to realize all of my previous ideas in this course. The Pluralsight staff, especially my editor Koffi Sessi, were very helpful and patient. But you may ask what’s in the course and what’s the goal of it?
To cut a long story short, the goal of the Licensing .NET Applications course is an overview and introduction to licensing models as well as frameworks in the .NET development space. I will show you what you have to remember when you want to extend an application with a licensing model or if you plan a completely new application and need to include a licensing system. This course covers the theoretical and practical parts for integrating a licensing model in your own application and not the distribution of that license information. Like a key or license file. The main topics of this course are:
- Introduction to Licensing
- The .NET Licensing Model & other Licensing Frameworks
- The Portable.Licensing Framework
- Portable.Licensing – Basic Licensing
- Portable.Licensing – Advanced Licensing
- License Management
Last but not least I hope you’ll have fun watching my course and learn many new things in the field of software licensing, licensing models and the integration of licenses in own .NET applications.
As important as watching my course 🙂 is your feedback! Whatever you want to say on whatever channel, like Twitter, Mail or as an comment within this blog post. I’m thankful for every opinion I receive. They provide me with the information I need to improve my feature work!