Chris R

Principal Software Engineer, ASP.NET Core

I've been a Washington local since middle school. I worked IT support from middle school through college. I've worked on .NET at Microsoft since college, starting with .NET 4.0 and System.Net, then ASP.NET, Microsoft.Owin, ASP.NET Core, and YARP. Outside of work I have a family that likes to play all sorts of games and puzzles.

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Experimental WebTransport over HTTP/3 support in Kestrel

ASP.NET Core now has experimental support for WebTransport over HTTP/3, a new secure multiplexed transport protocol for the web. Learn how to try out this new transport protocol in your app.

Dual Mode Sockets – Never create an IPv4 Socket again

The Problem:If you’ve worked with network programing in recent years you’ve probably had to grapple with the IPv4 vs. IPv6 issue at some point.  In short, IPv6 is a great new technology for the future of networking, but most applications will still have to support IPv4 for several years during the transition. Working at ...