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.NET Core 2.0 Released

Scott Hunter and members of the .NET Team introduce all the new features in .NET Core 2.0, the cross-platform, open source .NET. .NET Core 2.0 implements .NET Standard 2.0 which delivers on the promise of .NET everywhere and expands the API surface area to over 35,000 members so that sharing...

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A Look at .NET Core 2.0 – Preview 2

In this episode, Richard Lander from the .NET product team joins Dmitry to discuss the most recent release of .NET Core 2.0, Preview 2. They kick off the video by catching you up on what .NET Core is all about, and what is new both in 2.0 and more specifically...

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The Future of C#

With C# 7.0 and Visual Studio 2017 recently shipped, Mads Torgerson and Dustin Campbell lay out where the C# language and tooling experience is going and provide an early glimpse of what the future holds.

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How to Download All the Sessions from Build 2017

A few years ago, I wrote a command line tool to download the sessions from Build 2015 and placed it onto GitHub. The good news is that it works great for the Build 2017 sessions. Here are the parameters needed to grab them all. SessionDownloader.exe C:\Downloads\ https://s.ch9.ms/Events/Build/2017/RSS Once you hit...

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Three Things I’d Like to See This Week at Build

This week, the geeks are gathering in Redmond for another Build conference. Since the Build moniker took over from the PDC brand, I had been a Microsoft employee.  And, as a Microsoft employee, we had certain limitations around what we could and could not announce around Build. As I am...