Scott Addie

Scott Addie

Scott Addie is an avid blogger and technical evangelist of the modern web who has reached masses of developers through speaking engagements at user groups, code camps, and conferences across North America. With a strong emphasis on JavaScript and the Microsoft web technology stack, Scott holds numerous industry-recognized Microsoft development certifications and has been named a Microsoft MVP in the award category of Visual Studio and Development Technologies. As a firm believer in giving back to the community, Scott is a frequent open source contributor to high-profile GitHub projects, including ASP.NET Core, OmniSharp, Visual Studio Code, and a plethora of Visual Studio proper extensions.

Recent Articles


Building Reusable UI Components in ASP.NET Core

In recent years, the modern web platform has propelled itself forward at the speed of light. Open source web development communities have popped up on GitHub like canvas tents at peak-season campsites; and state-of-the-art technologies have emerged like fireflies in the night sky. Where was our friend ASP.NET, you ask? Startled by the clamor, it […]

  • July 11, 2017

5 Features to Watch in Visual Studio 2017

The Visual Studio (VS) engineering teams have shifted into overdrive as they curate the next major release of their flagship IDE. Rather than resting on their laurels, they're making informed decisions while iterating at warp speed with a high degree of quality and innovation. Not only does VS 2017 mark the twentieth anniversary of the […]

  • February 16, 2017

Migration to ASP.NET Core: Considerations and Strategies

An ASP.NET application developed on Windows and hosted in IIS on Windows Server is what we've known since the inception of the popular web framework in January of 2002. Such applications have been developed inside of Visual Studio proper, and the expansive .NET Framework has furnished the requisite APIs to solve complex business problems. In […]

  • December 7, 2016