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Changes to script debugging in Visual Studio 15.7

We’re always looking for ways to make developing with Visual Studio faster.  One of the tasks developers do many times a day is launching debugging sessions.  We identified that script debugging added about 1.5s per F5, but only about 15.5% of people actively debugged script using Visual Studio. Based on the above, in Visual Studio 15.7 ...

.NET Core 2.1 June Update

We released .NET Core 2.1.1. This update includes .NET Core SDK 2.1.301, ASP.NET Core 2.1.1 and .NET Core 2.1.1. See .NET Core 2.1.1 release notes for complete details on the release. Quality Updates CLI CoreCLR CoreFX WCF Getting the Update The .NET Core 2.1 June 2018 Update is ...
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.NET Core 2.0 will reach End of Life on October 1, 2018

Last Updated: 6/22/2018 .NET Core 2.0 was released on August 14, 2017. As a non-LTS release, it is supported for 3 months after the next release. .NET Core 2.1 was released on May 30th, 2018. As a result, .NET Core 2.0 will be supported until September 1, 2018. NEW: Customers have reported a narrow but critical diagnostics issue with .NET ...
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The RyuJIT transition is complete!

RyuJIT is the code name for the .NET just-in-time compiler, one of the foundational components of the .NET runtime. In contrast, the Roslyn C# compiler compiles C# code to IL byte code. The RyuJIT compiler compiles IL byte code to machine code for multiple processors. With the recent merge of the dotnet/coreclr #18064 pull request, the ...
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Staying up-to-date with .NET Container Images

This post describes the container images that we produce and update for you, that you can use with Docker, Kubernetes and other systems. When you are using .NET and Docker together, you are probably using the official .NET container images from Microsoft. We've made many improvements over the last year to the .NET images that make it easier ...
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Using .NET and Docker Together – DockerCon 2018 Update

I posted about Using .NET and Docker Together last year. With DockerCon 2018 being this week, it seemed like a great time to give you an update.  Since my last post, we've enabled a set of Docker workflows with guidance and samples for .NET Core and .NET Framework, for development, CI/CD, and production. We also offer many more images for ...

.NET Framework June 2018 Security and Quality Rollup

Today, we are releasing the June 2018 Security and Quality Rollup. Security No new security fixes. See .NET Framework May 2018 Security and Quality Rollup for the latest security updates. Quality and Reliability This release contains the following quality and reliability improvements. CLR Note: Additional information on these improvements...
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Blazor 0.4.0 experimental release now available

Blazor 0.4.0 is now available! This release includes important bug fixes and several new feature enhancements. New features in Blazor 0.4.0 (details below): A full list of the changes in this release can be found in the Blazor 0.4.0 release notes. Get Blazor 0.4.0 To get setup with Blazor 0.4.0...

Announcing .NET Framework 4.8 Early Access build 3621!

Today, we are happy to share the .NET Framework 4.8 Early Access build 3621 for your feedback. This is one of the in-development builds of the next version of the .NET Framework. The changes in this build have been functionally validated by the .NET teams. We would love your help to ensure this is a high quality and compatible release. This...
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Announcing ML.NET 0.2

Last month at //Build 2018, we released ML.NET 0.1, a cross-platform, open source machine learning framework. We would like to thank the community for the engagement so far in helping us shape ML.NET. Today we are releasing ML.NET 0.2. This release focuses on adding new ML tasks like clustering, making it easier to validate models, adding a...
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