Sam Spencer

Program Manager, .NET Core team

Sam is a Program Manager on the .NET Core team. He has worked on various developer technologies at Microsoft including WinUI, WinJS, LightSwitch, Visual Web Developer and Visual Basic.

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Bring WCF apps to the latest .NET with CoreWCF and Upgrade Assistant

The Upgrade Assistant can now migrate .NET Framework projects using WCF to .NET 6 with CoreWCF.

CoreWCF 1.1.0 and project templates

CoreWCF 1.1 has been released, and now we have a project templates package

YARP 1.1 is here with new requested reverse proxy features

YARP 1.1 has been released. YARP is a highly customizable open-source reverse proxy written for .NET. This release adds a few commonly requested features.

CoreWCF 1.0 has been Released, WCF for .NET Core and .NET 5+

CoreWCF 1.0 has been released, the first major release of the project, and provides WCF functionality for .NET Core, .NET Framework and .NET 5+.

Announcing YARP 1.0 Release

YARP, an open-source, highly customizable reverse proxy using .NET has been released.

HTTP/3 support in .NET 6

See how to use HTTP/3 in your apps built using .NET 6.

Repo experience survey results

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.

Customizing Trimming in .NET 5

This second post on app trimming goes into more detail about to annotate code to control the trimming process.

App Trimming in .NET 5

Trimming is an option as part of publishing self contained apps in .NET Core. This post goes into more detail about the trimming options in .NET 5 including type and member level trimming.

Introducing YARP Preview 1

YARP is an extensible open source reverse proxy using .NET. The Preview 1 library is now available on nuget.

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