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Welcome to C# 7.2 and Span

C# 7.2 is the latest point release of C#, and adds a number of small but useful features. All the features are described in wonderful detail in the docs. Start with the overview, What's new in C# 7.2, which gives you an excellent introduction to the new set of capabilities. It is worth celebrating that a significant portion of the docs are ...
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.NET Core November 2017 Update

Today, we are releasing the .NET Core November Update. This includes .NET Core 1.0.8, 1.1.5 and 2.0.1 and .NET Core SDK 1.1.5 and 2.0.3. Details regarding the security issues addressed by this release can be seen in the Security Advisory announcement. Security CVE-2017-8585 -- Malformed Certificate can cause Denial of Service Microsoft is ...
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.NET Framework November 2017 Security and Quality Rollup

Today, we are releasing the November 2017 Security and Quality Rollup. Security This release contains no new security updates. The most recent .NET security updates were shipped with the September 2017 Security and Quality Rollup. Quality and Reliability This release contains the following quality and reliability improvements. CLR WPF...
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Creating a Minimal ASP.NET Core Windows Container

This is a guest post by Mike Rousos One of the benefits of containers is their small size, which allows them to be more quickly deployed and more efficiently packed onto a host than virtual machines could be. This post highlights some recent advances in Windows container technology and .NET Core technology that allow ASP.NET Core Windows ...

Modernize existing .NET apps with Windows Containers and Azure

As part of the series of posts announced at this initial blog post (.NET Application Architecture Guidance) that explores each of the architecture areas currently covered by our team, this current blog post focuses on introducing the new "Modernize existing .NET applications with Windows Containers and Azure" eBook which you can download ...
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Publishing a Web App to an Azure VM from Visual Studio

We know virtual machines (VMs) are one of the most popular places to run apps in Azure, but publishing to a VM from Visual Studio has been a tricky experience for some. So, we’re pleased to announce that in Visual Studio 15.5 we’ve added some improvements to the experience. In this post, we’ll discussed the requirements for a VM that’s...