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Microsoft's Jay Schmelzer discusses the .NET Framework and how developers can build modern apps for the BYOD world, either using Microsoft tools or those from partners.
Posted on 05/23/2013 at 12:43 PM
Yes, developers can be alerted to a failed test with a fart sound.
Microsoft outlined its plan for Entity Framework Core 6, which in November will take its place as the data access component of the landmark .NET 6, a long-term support (LTS) release that will mark Microsoft's transition from the Windows-only .NET Framework to an open source, cross-platform umbrella offering of all things .NET.
After previously open sourcing components of its Porting Assistant for .NET, Amazon Web Services open sourced the tool's GUI.
.NET Core placed high in a web-dominated ranking of development frameworks published by CodinGame, which provides a tech hiring platform.
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