The week in .NET – Project File Tools, Maira Wenzel, Mixed Reality in Miami, and links!

Bertrand Le Roy

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Visual Studio extension of the week: Project File Tools

The Project File Tools Visual Studio extension provides package name and version IntelliSense, tooltips for packages, and more, when editing a .csproj file in Visual Studio.

Package IntelliSense

The extension just got updated. Get it from the Visual Studio Marketplace.

Interview of the week: Maira Wenzel

Maira Wenzel is a senior content developer on the .NET team. She is the content lead for .NET Core and .NET Framework documentation and she runs one of Microsoft’s open source projects at Learn how she joined Microsoft and how she kept things interesting by trying new career paths.

User group meeting of the week: mixed reality in Miami

Mobile and device expert Dwight Goins will be back in Miami to introduce mixed reality. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about this awesome new technology and maybe get your hands dirty a bit.

The dotnetmiami user group welcomes you on Thursday, August 24 at 6:30PM in Miami, FL.





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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This week’s post (and future posts) also contains news I first read on The ASP.NET Community Standup, on Weekly Xamarin, on F# weekly, and on The Morning Brew.


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