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.NET Development Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow



Javier Lozano discusses how to take existing .NET Framework code and reuse it in .NET Standard/Core applications.


Javier Lozano is CEO and Founder of Lozanotek, Inc., a .NET focused software development boutique based in Des Moines, IA. His specializations are in ASP.NET, Azure, system design, and developer mentoring. Javier is also a Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), GitHub Certified Trainer, an ASP.NET Insider, Azure Insider, and Microsoft MVP for over 12 years.

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Sep 23, 2018

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  • .Net 4.5.2 support

    by Dmitrii Maskevich,

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    I've seen in this video that .net 4.5.2 has zero support from Microsoft.
    But official MS site tells that .Net 4.5.2 has : ".NET Framework is a component of the Windows OS. Support for .NET 4.5.2 follows the support lifecycle policy of the operating system it is installed on. For more information, please visit the .NET Framework Support Lifecycle Policy FAQ "

    Could you please clarify which kind of support this .net has?
    And do I need to update my solution to newer framework version as soon as possible?
    For example because of security reason?

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