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

Bertrand Le Roy

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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 zero.



Happy birthday .NET with Eilon Lipton

In February we took a camera crew to the Microsoft Alumni Network’s big .NET 15th birthday bash and caught up with team members past and present. In this interview we chat with Eilon Lipton who’s been a developer at Microsoft since 2002 working mostly on the ASP.NET web stack. He chats about his masterpiece, the update panel (eeeek!), and some of the other great moments in .NET and his career.

On .NET: Alfonso García-Caro on Fable

Last week, we spoke with Alfonso García-Caro about Fable, the fabulous F# to JavaScript compiler.

Package of the week: Stanford CoreNLP

Stanford CoreNLP is a fascinating natural language processing library with a nice .NET version, Stanford.NLP.NET.

Meetup of the week: Kafka for .NET in Morrisville, NC

The Triangle .NET User Group holds a meeting on Wednesday at 5:30PM in Morrisville, NC where you’ll learn about Kafka, Apache’s distributed publish-subscribe messaging system.





New F# RFCs:

There is more content available this week in F# Weekly. If you want to see more F# awesomeness, please check it out!





And this is it for this week!

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