Entries for May 2019

May 11, 2019

.NET Core Adoption Requires an End to Complacent Attitudes

I have been speaking regularly on .NET Core for quite a while at this point. It is the way of the future with 100% proof, as we learned earlier this week. Overall this is a great thing for technology as a whole. .NET Core is faster, lighter weight, and allows development across a much larger set of technology. However, there is a slightly hidden "feature" that will impact many organizations that isn't highlighted with the same fanfare in the public announcements; the update & support strategy. .NET Core handles this in a manner that is a major departure from the current trend in technology.

May 07, 2019

.NET 5: The Future Is Now

I was sadly unable to attend the Build conference this year, so I have been watching and waiting for the various announcements to come out of the event. So far, the biggest announcement, in my opinion, is the roadmap for .NET going forward. The information is aggregated in Richard Lander's Introducing .NET 5 blog. That posting goes into grave detail about the road ahead and I'll avoid rehashing as much as I can, but rather focus on what I think this means for those of us using .NET & .NET Core.

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