Visual ReCode developer. .NET Core/DevOps/containers/microservices/performance consultant with 30 years of professional experience.
Mark has been building software professionally for 30 years, and has worked with .NET since the first 1.0 beta release. He has created solutions using Windows Forms, ASP.NET WebForms, WPF, WCF, ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI, and is now working with companies who are adopting .NET Core. These projects involve not just porting code, but also a complete rethink of the way solutions are built, distributed, deployed, and managed in production. Mark helps organizations find the combination of technology and platform that is right for them in the new, cross-platform, high-performance .NET Core world.
Latest Blog Posts by Mark Rendle
Visual ReCode 1.2 is now available. This release adds the ability to migrate various .NET 4.x project types to .NET Core 3.1, including WPF and Windows Forms. Read more
Visual ReCode 1.1 is now available. This release adds the ability to generate a WCF proxy for your migrated gRPC application to support consumers of your API who can upgrade their software to gRPC right away. Read more
Visual ReCode 1.0 is now available with .NET Framework WCF to .NET Core gRPC migration including basic, full-duplex, and session services as well as an API-compatible client generation for easy progressive migration of applications. Read more
The next public preview of Visual ReCode is now available, with support for WCF Duplex services, making it even easier to move your .NET Framework application to .NET Core today! Read more