We are happy to share the next Early Access build for the .NET Framework 4.8. This includes an updated .NET 4.8 runtime as well as the .NET 4.8 Developer Pack (a single package that bundles the .NET Framework 4.8 runtime, the .NET 4.8 Targeting Pack and the .NET Framework 4.8 SDK).
Both the Windows and Linux ecosystems have a swath of battle-hardened performance analysis and investigation tools. But up until recently, developers and platform engineers could use none of these tools with .NET applications on Linux.
Getting them to work with .NET involved collaboration across many open source communities.
This post was written by Varun Venkatesan, Li Tian, Denis Pravdin, who are engineers at Intel. They are excited to share .NET Core-specific enhancements that Intel has made to VTune Amplifier 2019. You can use this tool to use to make .NET Core applications faster on Intel processors.
The organizers of the FOSDEM 2019 conference have allocated a “Developer Room” on Saturday February 2nd 2019 for .NET and TypeScript discussions in Brussels Belgium. FOSDEM is one of Europe’s most exciting free software conferences that runs over a weekend and gathers many open source communities,
The release of the October 2018 Preview of Quality Rollup includes updates in CLR, WF, Winforms, and WPF. The Security and Quality Rollup is available via Windows Update, Windows Server Update Services, and Microsoft Update Catalog.
Announcing .NET Core 2.2 Preview 3 as well as ASP.NET Core 2.2 Preview 3, and Entity Framework 2.2 Preview 3 release. .NET Core 2.2 Preview 3 can be used with Visual Studio 15.9 Preview 3 (or later), Visual Studio for Mac and Visual Studio Code. Download and test it out! We’re looking for feedback on the release with the intent of shipping the final version later this year.
Entity Framework Core 2.2 Preview 3 available with a new preview of our data provider for Cosmos DB and updated spatial extensions for various providers. Preview 3 is going to be the last milestone before EF Core 2.2 RTM, so now is your last chance to try the bits and give us feedback if you want to have an impact on the quality and the shape of the APIs in this release.
We can all agree that tracking the progress of a project enhances productivity and is an effective way to keep everyone involved of its progress. When it comes to managing your project in Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) or GitHub, you have all of your artifacts in one place: code,
We’ve just published our first cut of the .NET Library Guidance. It’s brand new set of articles for .NET developers who want to create high-quality libraries for .NET. The guidance contains recommendations we’ve identified as common best practices that apply to most public .NET libraries.
This week’s blog post is by Brian Lui, one of our summer interns on the .NET team, who’s been hard at work. Over to Brian:
Hello everyone! This summer I interned in the .NET team, working on ML.NET, an open-source machine learning platform which enables .NET developers to build and use machine learning models in their .NET applications.