A couple of months ago we ran a survey of our github community to understand our users satisfaction and experience with the mechanics of how the projects are open-sourced with the community. This post shares the results.
This release of ML.NET (1.5.2) brings numerous bug fixes and enhancements, while tooling updates include the ability to train object detection models using Azure ML via Model Builder and to locally train image classification models with the ML.NET CLI.
7/15/2021: this post was revised to update the support period for "Current" releases from 15 months to 18 months, or 6 months after the next release ships.
While we've covered .NET Core releases, cadence and support policies in previous blog posts, the information has been distributed across a couple of individual posts. With the...
We've updated our support for developing .NET Core applications in GitHub Codespaces using Visual Studio. Read about the added support we have for editors, testing, debugging, and Azure. Sign up to be invited to the preview for GitHub Codespaces and Visual Studio support!
Azure Static Web Apps now has first-class support for Blazor WebAssembly and .NET Functions in preview, available in all supported regions. Check out how you can develop and deploy a frontend and a serverless API written entirely in .NET.
Since .NET 5 was announced, many of you have asked what this means for .NET Standard and whether it will still be relevant. In this post, I'm going to explain how .NET 5 improves code sharing and replaces .NET Standard. I'll also cover the cases where you still need .NET Standard.
Announcing Entity Framework EFCore 5.0 RC1, a "go-live" supported release. This release includes new features like many-to-many, property bags, event counters, required 1:1 dependents and the ability to intercept SaveChanges and listen to save events. It also includes improvements to model-building, migrations, and more.