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Performance Improvements in .NET Core

Update (2017/06/12): Added BenchmarkDotNet blog post link. There are many exciting aspects to .NET Core (open source, cross platform, x-copy deployable, etc.) that have been covered in posts on this blog before. To me, though, one of the most exciting aspects of .NET Core is performance. There's been a lot of discussion about the ...

The week in .NET – On .NET with Brett Morrison, DateTime Extensions

Previous posts: On .NET: Brett Morrison During the Build conference, I caught up with my friend Brett Morrison. Brett is an entrepreneur, executive, and hands-on developer, who has been using Microsoft products and .NET throughout his career. He founded startups, such as Onestop and ememories, and also worked for SpaceX...
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The week in .NET – Open XML SDK, Adventure Time

Previous posts: Package of the week: Open XML SDK The Open XML SDK provides open-source libraries for working with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. It supports scenarios such as high-performance generation of word-processing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, high fidelity conversion of Word documents to HTML, ...
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The week in .NET – Microsoft Build 2017, .NET Core 2.0 status, Happy birthday .NET with Eilon Lipton, On .NET with Alfonso García-Caro on Fable, Stanford CoreNLP

Previous posts: Microsoft Build 2017 The Microsoft Build 2017 conference starts tomorrow in Seattle! You can watch the conference live starting at 8:00AM Pacific Time and get the scoop. .NET Core 2.0 status Only a few days to go before we reach zero bugs. Great progress has been made, but we are still 163 bugs away from ...
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The week in .NET – .NET Architecture, .NET Core 2.0 status, Happy Birthday .NET with Matt Gertz, On .NET with Don Schenck on Red Hat, Fable

Previous posts: .NET Architecture There’s a new .NET Architecture web site, where you’ll find practical advice, best practices, and sample applications to help you implement different application patterns using .NET. Check it out! .NET Core 2.0 status 2.0 bugs are mostly under control and we think we will hit our zero-...
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The week in .NET – Happy Birthday .NET with Chris Sells, free ASP.NET Core book, We are the Dwarves

Previous posts: Happy birthday .NET with Chris Sells In February, we threw a big .NET birthday bash with Microsoft Alumni and product teams. We caught up with Chris Sells who is currently a Product Manager at Google, and before that a Program Manager at Microsoft. Chris has been part of the .NET developer community since the ...
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The week in .NET – .NET Framework 4.7, reference documentation, On .NET on modular ASP.NET, Happy birthday .NET with Immo Landwerth, JustAssembly

Previous posts: .NET Framework 4.7 This week, we announced the release of the .NET Framework 4.7. We’ve added support for targeting the .NET Framework 4.7 in Visual Studio 2017, also updated today. The .NET Framework 4.7 includes improvements in several areas: You can see the complete list of ...
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