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Announcing .NET Core and ASP.NET 5 RC

Updated (2017): See .NET Core Releases to learn about newer releases. This release is not supported. Today, we are announcing .NET Core and ASP.NET 5 Release Candidate, supported on Windows, OS X and Linux. This release is "Go Live", meaning you can deploy apps into production and call Microsoft Support if you need help. Please check out ...
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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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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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.NET Core Open Source Update – February 26, 2015

It has been a couple weeks since we last reported on the .NET Core open source project. It's been a very fun time, watching more people get involved in the project and to see progress on a daily basis. It's amazing watching my GitHub news feed. I have to scroll through several page views just to get through the last hour (on a weekday) of ...
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