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  • • The Morning Brew #3124
    Information Name by role – Mark Seemann C# In Simple Terms – String Manipulation and Cultures – Matthew Jones Render as You Fetch with React Suspense – Peter Mbanugo Now That’s What I Call .NET 5 on #Dev_Jams – Morgan Mitchell Planned Event Store Improvements for Marten V4, Daft Punk Edition# – Jeremy D Mil...
  • • The Morning Brew #3123
    Information The updated GetGCMemoryInfo API in .NET 5.0 and how it can help you – Maoni Stephens Themes of .NET – .NET Team Duplex gPRC – Sacha Barber Return JSON Result with Custom Status Code in ASP.NET Core – Tugberk Ugurlu Processing Google reCaptcha Tokens in ASP.NET Core – James Chambers Disk and File I/O […...
  • • The Morning Brew #3122
    A rather empty Feed Reader today as it is the Thanks Giving holiday in the US – Have a good weekend everyone Software Announcing Azure Mobile Apps v4.2.0 for .NET – Adrian Hall Information Event Sourcing on Azure – David Guida Working with Git Branches! – Sarah Lean Back to Basics: Creating a clickable card […]...
  • • The Morning Brew #3121
    Information Everything from .NET Conf 2020: Sessions, Demos, & More! – Jayme Singleton Announcing Microsoft Q&A for .NET – James Montemagno Upgrading ConfigurationManager for .Net 5 – Eric Potter .Net 5 is PERFECT for DevOps – Davide Benvegnù Watch out for .NET Core Runtime Bitness for IIS Installs – Rick Strah...
  • • The Morning Brew #3120
    Information Astonishing Performance of .NET 5: More Data – Alex Yakunin Upgrading to .NET Core 5.0 – Rick Strahl C# 9 Records as DDD Value Objects – Vladimir Khorikov Applying the MVC design pattern to Razor Pages – Andrew Lock Deploying .NET apps to containers on AWS – Julie Lerman Monsters Weekly 192 – C# [R...
  • • The Morning Brew #3119
    Information Visual Basic WinForms Apps in .NET 5 and Visual Studio 16.8 – Klaus Loeffelmann How to make a WinForms app with .NET 5 entirely from the command line and publish as one self-contained file – Scott Hanselman C# In Simple Terms – Expressions, Lambdas, and Delegates – Matthew Jones C# 9 records as strongly-typed [&#...
  • • The Morning Brew #3118
    Software Announcing General Availability of Microsoft Edge WebView2 for .NET and Fixed Version distribution mode – Palak Goel .NET Framework November 2020 Cumulative Update Preview – Tara Overfield Information Using Microsoft Graph API in ASP.NET Core – Damien Bowden Design patterns in C# – The Facade Pattern – Carmel ...
  • • The Morning Brew #3117
    Software Announcing TypeScript 4.1 – Daniel Rosenwasser Released: General Availability of Microsoft.Data.SqlClient 2.1 – David Engel Information What’s new in .NET Productivity – Mika Dumont Vertical Slice Example Updated to .NET 5 – Jimmy Bogard Understanding Disposables In .NET Dependency Injection – Part 1, Understanding ...
  • • The Morning Brew #3116
    Information Adding .NET 5 Support to Azure App Service – Joseph Guadagno 4 Experts List Favorite New EF Core 5.0 Features – David Ramel Lazy Sunday with .NET 5 – Shawn Wildermuth Using Standard Health Checks and Building your Own in ASP.NET Core – Imar Spaanjaars Simple Messaging Between Microservices with Rebus and Azure St...
  • • The Morning Brew #3115
    Software Announcing WinUI 3: Preview 3 – Ana Wishnoff Information Your dotnet outdated is outdated! Update and help keep your .NET projects up to date – Scott Hanselman Tips, tricks, and edge cases: Deploying ASP.NET Core applications to Kubernetes – Part 12 – Andrew Lock Monsters Weekly 191 – C# 9 Pattern Matching ...
  • • The Morning Brew #3114
    Information Migrate .NET Core 3.1 to .NET Core 5.0 – John Smith Open API Extension Support for Azure Functions V1 – Justin Yoo C# Index and Range Operators Explained – Patrick Smacchia C# in Simple Terms – Tuples and Anonymous Types – Matthew Jones Working With Uno Platform And Rider – Khalid Abuhakmeh...
  • • The Morning Brew #3113
    Information Tiny Difference, Big Consequences Reloaded: SignalR in .NET Core 3.1 vs. .NET 5 – Roland Weigelt Getting Started With NuGet 5.8 – Jon Douglas Implement A Webhook Framework With ASP.NET Core – Khalid Abuhakmeh Bulletproof uniq with TypeScript generics (yay code reviews!) – John Reilly Using OpenAPI Auto-Generated ...
  • • The Morning Brew #3112
    Information Announcing the Release of the Git Experience in Visual Studio – Pratik Nadagouda Announcing PowerShell 7.1 – Joey Aiello Windows Terminal Preview 1.5 Release – Kayla Cinnamon .NET 5 is Here….Now What? – Mitchel Sellers Astonishing Performance of .NET 5 – Alex Yakunin ASP.NET Core 5 Model Binding to C#...
  • • The Morning Brew #3111
    Information .NET Core November 2020 Updates – 3.1.10 – Rahul Bhandari Should I Migrate to .NET 5? – Rockford Lhotka Five Questions You May Have About ASP.NET Core For .NET 5 – David Grace ASP.NET Core Pitfalls – Localization with Shared Resources – Ricardo Peres Is it possible to render components “dynamically...
  • • Elkészült és tölthető le a .NET 5.0 - jön vele a C# 9.0 is
    A Microsoft kedden bejelentette, hogy hivatalosan is elérhetővé tette .NET keretrendszere legújabb frissítésének végleges verzióját. A .NET 5.0-t a cég eredetileg a korábbi .NET vonalak egyesítésének szánta, de végül ezt a feladatát csak részben fogja teljesíteni, munkáját pedig a platform következő fő kiadása fogja befejezni....

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    • • Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.05.15
      Happy Friday! Things are busy in the Microsoft space as we ramp up for Microsoft Build next week. If you haven’t registered, join us for free! While it can be hard to wait for the content from Build, we’ve got some great community posts to keep you reading until then. Azure DevOps Work Item Hierarchy Reports in PowerBI More fun with wor...
    • • The Morning Brew #2995
      Information EF Core and Cosmos DB with Blazor WebAssembly – Jeremy Likness Chain Actions, Funcs, and Predicates In .NET – Khalid Abuhakmeh Using C# Source Generators with Microsoft Feature Management Feature Flags – Jason Roberts It’s all in the Host Class – Dependency Injection with .NET – Christian Nagel Myster...
    • • Developing for all 1 billion Windows 10 devices and beyond
      This year, Microsoft Build 2020 is a digital-only event that we all get to experience from the comfort of our homes. We hope you enjoy learning about the new features and technologies that matter most to you. Today, I will have the privilege of sharing how developers can build apps for modern work using Microsoft 365 and Windows platforms. I will f...
    • • Introducing WinUI 3 Preview 1
      Today at Microsoft Build 2020 the WinUI team is excited to announce the latest version of WinUI 3 available for public preview: WinUI 3 Preview 1. This preview expands the world of WinUI to an even wider audience of developers – the previously-released WinUI 3 Alpha was only available to UWP app developers, but Preview 1 now enables WinUI usa...
    • • Everything new from Microsoft Edge at Build 2020
      Microsoft Build 2020 can be defined by a set of ‘firsts’—it’s the first Build of the new decade, the first Build that’s all-digital for 24 hours a day, and the first Build since the new Microsoft Edge launched! We’re learning a lot as we deliver Build and Microsoft Edge in new ways. Last year at Build, we unveile...
    • • Code, collaborate, and ship your apps from anywhere
      Welcome to Microsoft Build 2020! This all-new 48-hour digital experience is designed to help you and other developers around the world come together to solve challenges, share knowledge, and stay connected. Here we’ll cover some of our latest innovations in developer tools and cloud platform technologies—to help you code, collaborate, a...
    • • The Morning Brew #2997
      Build is upon us, so lots of announcement posts in today’s edition…. Software Releasing Today! Visual Studio 2019 v16.6 & v16.7 Preview 1 – Jacqueline Widdis Announcing .NET 5 Preview 4 and our journey to one .NET – Scott Hunter ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 5 Preview 4 – Sourabh Shirhatti Announcing Entity Framewor...
    • • Announcing Entity Framework Core 5.0 Preview 4
      Today we are excited to announce the fourth preview release of Entity Framework Core (EF Core) 5.0. The fourth previews of .NET 5 and ASP.NET Core 5.0 are also available now. Be sure to check out the full release of Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0! Prerequisites The previews of EF Core 5.0 require .NET Standard 2.1. This means: EF Core 5.0 runs on .NET Co...
    • • ML.NET Model Builder is now a part of Visual Studio
      ML.NET is a cross-platform, machine learning framework for .NET developers. Model Builder is the UI tooling in Visual Studio that uses Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) to train and consume custom ML.NET models in your .NET apps. You can use ML.NET and Model Builder to create custom machine learning models without having prior machine learni...
    • • Windows Forms Designer for .NET Core Released
      Today we’re happy to announce that the Windows Forms designer for .NET Core projects is now available as a preview in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6! We also have a newer version of the designer available in Visual Studio 16.7 Preview 1! Don’t forget to enable the designer in Tools > Options > Envir...
    • • Expanding Visual Studio 2019 support for Visual Studio Codespaces
      Now more than ever, developers are juggling multiple projects at work and at home. New features, bug fixes, PR reviews, & prototypes all compete for time and attention on limited resources. Visual Studio Codespaces provides hosted development environments that allow you to develop entirely in the cloud. With Visual Studio Codespaces, you can cr...
    • • Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.6 is now available
      Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.6 is available today and includes an integrated terminal, support for Blazor WebAssembly, updated identity libraries, and support for building and running gRPC projects. Download Visual Studio for Mac Are you ready for the latest version of Visual Studio 2019 for Mac? If so, version 8.6 is available for you to d...
    • • Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 now available
      I’m thrilled to announce that Blazor WebAssembly is now officially released. This is a fully-featured and supported release of Blazor WebAssembly that is ready for production use. Full stack web development with .NET is now here! Get started Getting started with Blazor WebAssembly is easy: simply go to https://blazor.net and install the lates...
    • • ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 5 Preview 4
      .NET 5 Preview 4 is now available and is ready for evaluation! .NET 5 will be a current release. Get started To get started with ASP.NET Core in .NET 5.0 Preview4 install the .NET 5.0 SDK. If you’re on Windows using Visual Studio, we recommend installing the latest preview of Visual Studio 2019 16.6. If you’re on macOS, we recommend ins...
    • • Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI
      You can build anything with .NET. It’s one of the main reasons millions of developers choose .NET as the platform for their careers, and companies invest for their businesses. With .NET 5 we begin our journey of unifying the .NET platform, bringing .NET Core and Mono/Xamarin together in one base class library (BCL) and toolchain (SDK). As we ...

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