Bertrand Le Roy

Senior Software Engineer, Xamarin

Bertrand has been programming since he was ten. He was an early contributor to ASP.NET, co-founded the Orchard CMS project, and he was also on the team that built .NET Core. He currently works on the Xamarin team on improving the Forms developer experience in Visual Studio and Visual Studio for mac.

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The week in .NET – On .NET on Docker and new Core tooling, Benchmark.NET, Magicka

Previous posts: On .NET In this week's episode, we're running ASP.NET in a Docker image, and we look at some of the changes in the .NET Core .csproj tooling. Apologies to those of you who watched live: we had some technical difficulties, and as a consequence, we did a second recording, which is now on Channel 9. This week, we'll ...

The week in .NET – On .NET on public speaking, ndepend, CrazyCore, The Perils of Man

Previous posts: .NET Core, .NET Native, NuGet, VS 2017 RC updates This week, we announced updates to .NET Core, .NET Native, NuGet, and VS 2017 RC. Check out the posts for all the details. On .NET We had two shows last week. Our first show was a special on public speaking hosted by Kendra Havens, with ...
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The week in .NET – Adafruit Class Library for Windows IoT Core, Floor Plan

Previous posts: On .NET We had no show last week, but we'll have two this week. On Wednesday at 9:00AM Pacific Time, Scott Hanselman will host a panel discussion on public speaking, with Kasey Uhlenhuth, Maria Naggaga Nakanwagi, Donovan Brown, and Mitch Muenster. On Thursday at 9:00AM Pacific Time, Patrick ...
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.NET Core Image Processing

Image processing, and in particular image resizing, is a common requirement for web applications. As such, I wanted to paint a panorama of the options that exist for .NET Core to process images. For each option, I'll give a code sample for image resizing, and I'll outline interesting features. I'll conclude with a comparison of the performance...
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The week in .NET – On .NET with David Pine, PwdLess, Terraria

To read last week's post, see The week in .NET – On .NET with Reed Copsey, Jr., Orchard Harvest, Ammy, Concurrency Visualizer, Eco. On .NET Last week, David Pine was on the show to talk about his magic mirror, a screen in a mirror, that can display useful information such as his schedule for the day, the weather forecast, and much more. ...
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The week in .NET – On .NET with Reed Copsey, Jr., Orchard Harvest, Ammy, Concurrency Visualizer, Eco

To read last week's post, see The week in .NET – On .NET with Glenn Versweyveld, Protobuf.NET, Arizona Sunshine. Starting this week, UWP links, which have been in the general .NET section until now, are getting their own section thanks to Michael Crump who graciously accepted to provide weekly contents along with Phillip Carter for F#, ...
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The week in .NET – On .NET with Glenn Versweyveld, Protobuf.NET, Arizona Sunshine

To read last week's post, see The week in .NET – On .NET with Steve Smith, Jint, Blue Effect. On .NET Last week, I published another short interview from the MVP Summit, this time with Glenn Versweyveld about Kliva, his Strava client for Windows: This week, I'll publish the last of our MVP Summit interviews, in which Reed Copsey, Jr. ...
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The week in .NET – On .NET with Steve Smith, Jint, Blue Effect

To read last week's post, see The week in .NET – .NET Core triage on On .NET, ShareX. Next week, the post will be a little late like this week. On .NET Last week, I published a short interview with Steve Smith that was shot during the MVP Summit. We talked about ASP.NET Core and its documentation, that Steve has been contributing to, about...
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The week in .NET – .NET Core triage on On .NET, ShareX

To read last week's post, see The Year in .NET – Visual Studio 2017 RC and .NET Core updated, On .NET with Stephen Cleary and Luis Valencia, Ulterius, Inferno, Bastion, LoGeek Night. I might not post next week, for reasons you'll surely understand, or I might do so one or two days late... Happy holidays! On .NET Last week, we had Karel ...
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The Year in .NET – Visual Studio 2017 RC and .NET Core updated, On .NET with Stephen Cleary and Luis Valencia, Ulterius, Inferno, Bastion, LoGeek Night

To read last week's post, see The week in .NET – On .NET on MyGet – FlexViewer – I Expect You To Die. The Week in .NET is now more than a year old! Our first post was published on December 1 of last year, and it had only 6 links. This week's issue has more than 60! This is not me becoming less selective (I'm actually becoming more ...
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