Every week, I share my engineering notes. They include everything I can dig up on the internet, and that is worth sharing.
- Introducing OpenSilver
For those of you that were left behind eating the dust with SilverLight, here's great news for you. OpenSilver is a new open-source reimplementation of Silverlight that runs on current browsers via WebAssembly!
- Introducing the New Pull Request Experience for Azure Repos
(Apeksha) - Whoa! These are significant improvements in the pull request experience on Azure DevOps. I can't wait to try it.
- Announcing F# 5 preview 1
(Phillip) - A lot of new stuff is coming. I'm particularly excited about the new slicing capabilities and the
- Sharing gRPC ProtoBuf contracts using a REST endpoint
What a nice idea, using Asp.Net middleware to share gRPC contracts!
- 3 Good and Bad Ways to Write Team Coding Standards and Conventions
(Philippe Bourgau) - If team coding standards and conventions are so critical, why do we so often lack some? The truth is that they are not easy to agree on!
- Upgrade Your .NET Console App Experience
(Khalid Abuhakmeh) - All you need to know to build a beautiful console app in .Net Core.
- Decompilation of C# code made easy with Visual Studio
(Mark Downie) - Have you ever found yourself debugging a .NET project or memory dump only to be confronted with a No Symbols Loaded page? Or maybe experienced an exception occurring in a 3rd party .NET assembly but had no source code to figure out why? You can now use Visual Studio to decompile managed code even if you don't have the symbols, allowing you to look at code, inspect variables and set breakpoints.
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