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The week in .NET – 12/29/2015

We have a short post this week, as many people are on vacation, including me. Unsurprisingly, no .NET user group has events for this week, so we'll skip the section this time. As always, this weekly post couldn't exist without community contributions, and I'd like to thank all those who sent links and tips. You can participate too. Did you ...
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The week in .NET – 12/22/2015

Last week, we had a great time with Miguel de Icaza on the first episode of our new live YouTube show On.NET. On future episodes of the show, we want to have guests who represent every facet of the .NET community. If there's somebody you'd like to see on the show, please let us know! We won't have a show this week or next week because of ...
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The week in .NET – 12/15/2015

We have some great content and news for you this week. I can't emphasize enough that this weekly post couldn't exist without community contributions, and I'd like to thank all those who sent links and tips. Keep them coming! In a way, this is an open source blog post series ;) The first piece of news I want to share is that the posts are ...
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The week in .NET – 12/08/2015

Welcome to the second "The Week in .NET" post. It was great to see how well the first post was received. Thanks to all who sent messages of encouragement and contributions to this week's post. If you would like to participate too, if you wrote a great blog post, or just read one, if you want to show an amazing new contribution, if you've ...
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The Week in .NET – 12/1/2015

This is our first "The Week in .NET" post. Our objective in writing this is to provide more regular updates about what the team and core contributors have been working on, and to give a community heartbeat, in the form of a list of interesting links. Of course, if you wrote a great blog post, or just read one, if you want to show a great new ...
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The future of Unity

This post was written by Christopher Bennage (@bennage), a member of the Microsoft patterns & practices team.A few months ago, we announced that we were handing Prism over to new owners. We put a lot of time and effort into identifying owners that would invest in the project and support the community.Today, we are announcing a similar ...
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First .NET Port Award

Recently, we shared quite a bit how we make progress on our open source journey (Roslyn's First Year of Open Source and .NET Core Open Source Update). We all feel highly privileged to be on the .NET team when all of this awesomeness happens! However, unless you're an active contributor on any of our OSS projects, you probably didn't have the ...
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First .NET Port Award

Recently, we shared quite a bit how we make progress on our open source journey (Roslyn's First Year of Open Source and .NET Core Open Source Update). We all feel highly privileged to be on the .NET team when all of this awesomeness happens! However, unless you're an active contributor on any of our OSS projects, you probably didn't have the ...
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First .NET Port Award

Recently, we shared quite a bit how we make progress on our open source journey (Roslyn's First Year of Open Source and .NET Core Open Source Update). We all feel highly privileged to be on the .NET team when all of this awesomeness happens! However, unless you're an active contributor on any of our OSS projects, you probably didn't have ...
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Automatic code formatter released to GitHub

Code formatting can be a huge pain point. In this post, Jared Parsons, software developer on the Roslyn team, showcases a tool that takes care of it. We have just released the code formatting tool we use to automatically format our code to the prescribed coding guidelines. This tool is based on Roslyn and will work on any C# project. We ...
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