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.GAME’s Item System – Part 1 Challenge Explained

Last week's episode of .GAME started preparations for an item system that we'll be using for equipment and merchant mechanics. The episode covered some Unity fundamentals, such as methods of object rotation, tags, layers, sorting layers and filtering. We wrapped up with a development challenge, the scenario of which was: When the player moves...
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.NET Framework December 2016 Monthly Rollup is Now Available

Today we are releasing a new Security and Quality Rollup and Security Only Update for the .NET Framework. This release resolves a security vulnerability and includes two new quality and reliability improvements. The Security and Quality Rollup is available via Windows Update, Windows Server Update Services and Microsoft Update Catalog. The ...
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.NET Framework Monthly Rollup: October 2016

Today marks the first release of the new .NET Framework Monthly Rollup. Here's what went into the release: Security Microsoft Security Bulletin MS16-120 - Important: Security Update for Microsoft Graphics Component (3192884) This update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Skype for Business, Silverlight, Microsoft...
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.NET Framework Monthly Rollups Explained

Updated (2017/5/31) We recently introduced the .NET Framework Monthly Rollup, a new and simpler way for you to install all applicable .NET Framework updates in a single step. We wanted to go into more depth on these new releases. This post describes the three monthly update types that you can install. It shows you what the install ...
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Introducing the .NET Framework Monthly Rollup

We are making an important change to .NET Framework updates to align with the Windows Monthly Rollup, also announced today. Beginning October 2016, you will be able to install a new update release called the .NET Framework Monthly Rollup. The rollup will update the .NET Framework with the latest security and quality improvements. The .NET ...
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Announcing .NET Framework 4.6.2

Updated (4/2017): See .NET Framework Releases for newer releases. Today we are excited to announce the availability of the .NET Framework 4.6.2! Many of the changes are based on your feedback, including those submitted on UserVoice and Connect. Thanks for your continued help and engagement! The release is packed with lots of great ...

The week in .NET – 7/26/2016

To read last week's post, see The week in .NET – 7/19/2016. On .NET Last week, we had Rowan Miller on the show to talk about Entity Framework. This week's show has been canceled and is anticipated to return next week. Package of the week: OpenPop.NET OpenPop.NET is an open source implementation of a POP3 client and a robust MIME ...
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The week in .NET – 7/19/2016

To read the last post, see The week in .NET – 7/12/2016. On .NET Last week's show was postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. This week, we will have Rowan Miller on the show to talk about EF Core. Package of the week: ImageResizer ImageResizer is an IIS/ASP.NET lightweight HTTPModule, REST API and managed API that is used for...
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The week in .NET – 7/12/2016

To read the last post, see The week in .NET – 6/28/2016. On .NET Last week, we had Mukul Sabharwal on the show to talk about .NET Core usage at Bing. This week, we'll have Lucas Meijer from Unity Technologies on the show. Package of the week: LinqToTwitter LINQ to Twitter is an open source library that enables querying Twitter using ...
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Introducing the Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Tool Version 1.3

This post was written by Rakesh Ranjan Singh, Senior Software Engineer on the .NET Setup team. We are happy to announce the latest version of the .NET Framework Repair Tool that supports all versions of the .NET Framework from 3.5 SP1 to 4.6.1. This version of the tool adds support for .NET Framework 4.5.2, 4.6 and 4.6.1. The .NET Setup ...
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