As .NET developers are getting increasingly interested in core and new features, complementary technologies, and best practices, dotnet Cologne ends up fully booked each year. Its formula is simply unbeatable: one entire day for workshops, May 3rd, and a second day for lectures and exhibitions, May 4th. The co-organizer, Bonn-to-Code.Net, who already arranges regular meetups for .NET enthusiasts, is injecting new momentum into the great debate.
Once again, Wibu-Systems is a proud platinum sponsor of the event and committed to delivering a 360° experience for the vibrant .NET community. Speaking the language of the developers, our security professionals will be available both on stage and at our corner booth to discuss the ever-evolving scenarios of Microsoft’s successful open-source cross-platform software framework.
In his lecture “Did I forget something? Here is your ultimate checklist for all things software protection and licensing” taking place from 11 am till noon in room 4/5, building 6, Stefan Bamberg, our Senior Key Account and Partner Manager, will go through the necessary steps any ISV should check off their list before going to market. The questions that they should ask themselves include Am I offering the software locally or internationally? Is it more appropriate to use hardware or software-based containers? Will the cloud be part of the game at any point in time? Should I integrate protection of my IP only? And which protection level should I choose? Or should I rather opt for a complete secure license and entitlement management system? How are my customers going to activate their licenses?
Wibu-Systems is unique in its dedication to creating top-performance protection mechanisms and delivering the most flexible license lifecycle management solutions for the complete monetization of your software. The .NET developer ecosystem can enjoy a dedicated CodeMeter Protection Suite module, AxProtector .NET, to protect their software against piracy and reverse engineering automatically. In addition, the revolutionary Blurry Box encryption method, winner of the 2014 German IT Security Award and the 2017 Electronic Product of the Year Award, provides new opportunities for debate and experimentation.