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  • .NET News Roundup: Visual Studio 2019 for Mac, Windows ML, Project Tye, Oqtane

    This past week was marked by the release of Visual Studio 2019 for Mac 8.10, Windows ML NuGet package 1.8.0, a Visual Studio Code extension for Tye, Oqtane 2.1, and more. InfoQ examined these and a number of smaller stories in the .NET ecosystem from the week of May 31st, 2021.

  • .NET News Roundup: Microsoft Build, .NET 6, MAUI, Visual Studio 2019, Project Reunion

    It's been a busy week for the .NET community with this year's edition of Microsoft Build. During the event, Microsoft released new previews for .NET 6 and its related frameworks, along with a new version of Visual Studio, TypeScript 4.3, and more. InfoQ examined these and a number of smaller stories in the .NET ecosystem from the week of May 24th, 2021.

  • .NET News Roundup - Week of May 10th, 2021

    .NET News Roundup: JetBrains .NET Days Online, TypeScript 4.3 RC, Visual Studio 2019, .NET vulnerability patches, Steeltoe, Telerik, and Akka.NET

  • .NET News Roundup - Week of April 19th, 2021

    This past week was marked by the announcement of Visual Studio 2022, the first 64-bit version of the popular .NET IDE. InfoQ examined this and a number of smaller stories in the .NET ecosystem from the week of April 19th, 2021.

  • Microsoft Announces 64-Bit Visual Studio 2022

    Microsoft has announced that the forthcoming Visual 2022 will finally be 64-bit. VS2022 will have full support for the upcoming .NET 6, C++20, ASP.NET Blazor, and .NET MAUI. The first preview release of VS2022 is scheduled for third quarter 2021.

  • .NET News Roundup - Week of April 12th, 2021

    It's been a busy week for the .NET community, with the release of new Visual Studio previews (Windows and Mac), updates to .NET Core 3.1 and 2.1, new releases from the Azure team, and more. InfoQ examined these and a number of smaller stories in the .NET ecosystem from the week of April 12th, 2021.

  • .NET News Roundup - Week of March 29th, 2021

    The last week of March was pretty intense in the .NET community, with the release of Project Reunion 0.5, Dapr 1.1, and more. InfoQ examined these and a number of smaller stories in the .NET ecosystem from the week of March 29th, 2021.

  • .NET News Roundup - Week of Mar 1st, 2021

    InfoQ examines a number of smaller stories in the .NET ecosystem from the week of March 1st, 2021.

  • Microsoft Releases Visual Studio 2019 for Mac v8.9

    Earlier this week, Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019 version 8.9 for Mac. The new release includes support for .NET 6 Preview 1 and testing Unity applications. It also contains improvements such as more accessible UIs, solution filtering, a new native XML editor, and support for the Apple M1 chip via the Rosetta 2 translation layer.

  • Microsoft Releases Visual Studio 2019 v16.9

    Earlier this week, Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9 for Windows. The new release contains multiple improvements to .NET and Git productivity features, along with updated C++, XAML, and F# tools, new memory dump analyzers, and a new dynamic instrumentation profiling tool for .NET.

  • Diablo IV: Debugging Linux in Visual Studio

    Blizzard's Diablo IV team has published a blog about how they leverage Visual Studio and WSL to debug Linux core dumps on their Windows environments.

  • Microsoft Releases Git Experience in Visual Studio

    Earlier this month, during the 2020 edition of .NET Conf, Microsoft released the latest version of Visual Studio for Windows. One of the most critical features of this release was what Microsoft called "The Git Experience": a set of tools that makes Git the default source control experience in Visual Studio 2019, allowing the developer to control a Git repository directly from Visual Studio.

  • Microsoft .NET Conf 2020: .NET 5, C# 9.0, F# 5.0, and More

    At the 2020 edition of .NET Conf, streamed online last week, Microsoft released the much-awaited .NET 5, along with new major .NET language versions (C# 9 and F# 5), ASP.NET 5, and EF Core 5.0. New versions of Visual Studio 2019 were also released, with support for .NET 5 and improved Git tooling. The event also featured sessions covering tools and frameworks such as Blazor and Project Tye.

  • Microsoft Releases Bridge to Kubernetes

    Earlier this week, Microsoft released Bridge to Kubernetes, a Visual Studio extension that allows developers to write, test and debug microservice code locally while consuming dependencies from a Kubernetes environment. The purpose of this extension is to simplify microservices development by eliminating the need for extra assets such as a Dockerfile or Kubernetes manifests.

  • Visual Studio Codespaces Is Now GitHub Codespaces

    Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that Visual Studio Codespaces is consolidating into GitHub Codespaces. Visual Studio Codespaces is a cloud-based, on-demand development environment similar to Gitpod. The consolidated product supports Azure Functions and can be used with Visual Studio 2019, Visual Studio Code, and modern browsers.

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