Now that Entity Framework Core (EF Core) 1.0 is released, our team is beginning work on bug fixes and new features for the 1.1 release. Keep in mind that it’s early days for this release, we’re sharing our plans in order to be open,
This post was written by Lee Coward.
We’ve travelled many new roads in the process of releasing .NET Core 1.0, ASP.NET Core 1.0 and Entity Framework Core 1.0. Developing the projects in the open and delivering to Mac and Linux have been exciting experiences and the feedback we continue to receive shows that the excitement is shared by many.
To read last week’s post, see The week in .NET – 7/19/2016.
Last week, we had Rowan Miller on the show to talk about Entity Framework.
This week’s show has been canceled and is anticipated to return next week.
Later this year, we’re going to ship a new version of Microsoft’s tools for F#. This will include support for F# 4.1, featuring important incremental improvements to the language that have been developed in conjunction with F# users and contributors. Our tools will also include a cross-platform,
To read the last post, see The week in .NET – 7/12/2016.
Last week’s show was postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. This week, we will have Rowan Miller on the show to talk about EF Core.
This post was written by Scott Hunter.
It has been about two weeks since we shipped .NET Core / ASP.NET Core 1.0. The team has used the past two weeks to take a deep breath, and is now getting started on planning what is coming next.
One of our major focuses in Visual Studio ‘15′ is improving developer productivity inside the editor. As we develop, we all perform series of actions over and over again–like writing methods, renaming variables, changing method signatures, implementing interfaces, etc. Our goal is to help automate or reduce these tasks to a single click so that you can focus on logic rather than syntax,
To read the last post, see The week in .NET – 6/28/2016.
Last week, we had Mukul Sabharwal on the show to talk about .NET Core usage at Bing.
This week, we’ll have Lucas Meijer from Unity Technologies on the show.
We just shipped CoreCLR 1.0. That was a significant milestone for us – now we officially run on non Windows OSs and that’s very exciting. Folks who told me that they really missed using C# or wanted to use C# but couldn’t because they were not using Windows can now do so.