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Welcome to the .NET Framework 4.7.1 Early Access!

Last Updated: 9/28/2017 Today, we are happy to share the .NET Framework 4.7.1 Early Access build with the Developer Pack. The .NET Framework 4.7.1 Developer Pack lets developers build applications that target the .NET Framework 4.7.1 by using Visual Studio 2017, Visual Studio 2015 or other IDEs. This is a single package that bundles the .NET...

The week in .NET – Nuke, Warden.NET, .NET in Bangalore, and links!

Previous posts: Tool of the week: Nuke Nuke is a cross-platform build automation system with C# DSL, much like Cake. It features auto-completion, refactoring, and navigation in all IDEs. Nuke avoids complexity, and integrates as a normal project. Package of the week: Warden.NET The System.Diagnostics.Process class while useful does ...
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The week in .NET – MIST, F# in NYC, and links

Previous posts: Package of the week: MIST The INotifyPropertyChanged interface is essential to many applications such as Windows Forms or WPF data binding. Implementing it can however be fastidious, and involves quite a lot of boilerplate code. MIST simplifies this using IL weaving and a custom Visual Studio build task. With MIST, you can...
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The week in .NET – Command Line Parser Library, .NET South East

Previous posts: Package of the week: Command Line Parser Library Command-line applications typically accept arguments and options, and expose a --help page describing them. Parsing those arguments and options is a repetitive task that .NET provides little help for out of the box, beyond the string[] args argument to main. Giacomo Stelluti...

The week in .NET – Links!

This week's post will exceptionally be made of links only, as I'm on vacation...Previous posts:.NETASP.NETC#F#There is more content available this week in F# Weekly. If you want to see more F# awesomeness, please check it out!XamarinAzureUWPDataAnd this is it for this week!Contribute to the week in .NETAs always, this weekly post couldn't ...
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The week in .NET – Links!

This week's post will exceptionally be made of links only, as I'm on vacation...Previous posts:.NETASP.NETC#F#There is more content available this week in F# Weekly. If you want to see more F# awesomeness, please check it out!XamarinAzureUWPDataAnd this is it for this week!Contribute to the week in .NETAs always, this weekly post couldn't ...
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The week in .NET – .NET Conf, Material Design in XAML Toolkit

Previous posts: .NET Conf, September 19-21. Call for Content is Open! .NET Conf is a free, 3 day virtual developer event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft. Over the course of the three days developers have a wide selection of live sessions that feature speakers from the community and .NET product teams. These are ...
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The week in .NET – .NET Architecture: Microservices & Containers, On .NET with Omer Raviv on OzCode, Sprache

Previous posts: .NET Architecture – Microservices & Containers We recently added an Architecture Guidance page on the .NET Website. This new page pulls together architecture related resources for building different types of applications with .NET. We’ll be adding and updating content as it becomes available. The ...
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The week in .NET – On .NET with Mattias Karlsson on Cake, Topshelf

Previous posts: On .NET: Mattias Karlsson - Cake During the Microsoft Build conference, we recorded interviews with some of the attendees. Mattias Karlsson is a core contributor on Cake, the cross-platform build automation system with a C# DSL. Package of the week: Topshelf Topshelf is a framework for hosting ...
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.NET Fringe: A Great Role Model for Community Oriented Conferences

A few of us just went to a smaller .NET conference in Portland, called .NET Fringe. For me, it was the third time I attended .NET Fringe. I've realized that this conference has gained a special place in my heart, so thought it would be worthwhile writing up why that is. My goal isn't to convince you to attend .NET Fringe per se, but to ...
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