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This post has a really good summary of all the new goodies we get with the new #ASPNET Core update in #dotNET Core… https://t.co/r9HOw6XwuI

@dotnet | Published on 06 December 2019

.NET Core 3.1 has just been released and now has a small set of fixes and refinements. But better still, is that it… https://t.co/uc9oL3D9Mo

@dotnet | Published on 06 December 2019

Updates to .NET Core Windows Forms designer in Visual Studio 16.5 Preview 1 https://t.co/FjgjvnYVyR

@dotnet | Published on 06 December 2019

.NET Core 2.2 will reach End of Life on December 23, 2019 https://t.co/OzbuhSEOW1

@dotnet | Published on 06 December 2019

Close out the year with a new set of @VisualStudioMac skills: https://t.co/J4j33DzKol ✅ Get started on a new app us… https://t.co/SYPetluzdr

@dotnet | Published on 05 December 2019

Check out @jeffhollan on #OnDotNet talking about Building Serverless web applications with Blazor and Azure Funct… https://t.co/8ZbwpmTnHI

@dotnet | Published on 05 December 2019

#OnDotNET talks to the Azure SDK team 😎 about the new iteration of Azure SDKs. They discuss things like what's dif… https://t.co/CCgmWqxXWc

@dotnet | Published on 04 December 2019

Are you coding for globalization? Consider benchmarking your code to see what works best for your project and futur… https://t.co/WvqGWjUviL

@dotnet | Published on 04 December 2019

Did you know you can run F# in Webassembly? Check out @_cartermp on On .NET talking about the Bolero project. 🚀Run… https://t.co/ntrZYo7Lvl

@dotnet | Published on 04 December 2019

Join us live right now for another @dotnet #CommunityStandup with live demos and QA https://t.co/ptNZnKrqoO

@dotnet | Published on 03 December 2019

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