Microsoft emits long-term support .NET Core 3.1, Visual Studio 16.4

Ready to go, but beware ‘unfortunate breaking change’ in Windows Forms

Microsoft has released .NET Core 3.1 – a significant milestone as, unlike version 3.0, it is a long-term support (LTS) release, suggesting that the company believes it’s fit for extended use. It is accompanied by Visual Studio 16.4, also an LTS release.…

2019 Year in Review

The beginning of every year starts out with all of us setting ambitious goals — goals being personal and professional. Many of us rarely complete half of those goals, most abandoning them by the end of the year. In January of this year I published my list of goals for the year. Let’s have a […]

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