.NET Matters is a community-led, monthly meetup series, featuring the latest on C#.NET, frameworks, tools, architecture, cloud, and software craftsmanship, helping you learn and share skills and experience with peers and some of the world's top experts.
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Keynote by Konrad Kokosa: What’s New in .NET Core 3.0 and .NET 5.0 for Performance and Memory-Aware Folks?
Organised by .NET Matters
At this month's .NET Matters Keynote Evening, you're to be joined by Microsoft MVP in .NET, and author of Pro .NET Memory Management, Konrad Kokosa!f# memory performance core .net
Keynote by Mark Rendle on Keeping Up With The Framework
Organised by .NET Matters
At this month's .NET Matters Microsoft MVP and CEO of RendleLabs, Mark Rendle will be sharing his keynote talk!f# future-proofing grpc blazor entity webai asp.net wcf services applications migration-path framework vb.net c# .net-4 .net-5 .net-core windows .net
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.NET Core and More: 30 Things You Should Know
Featuring Iris Classon
The last few years have brought us many significant changes to the world of .NET with game changers such as .NET Core, .NET Standard and ASP.NET Core. With that said, this exponential advancement can get overwhelming, and staying up to date can seem near impossible. You don’t need to know it all,...asp.net-core .net-standard .net-core .net
When Select() is Broken
Featuring Oren Eini aka Ayende Rahien
"Select isn't broken" is an important bit of advice from the Pragmatic Programmer book. In most cases, you won't find bugs in your OS, programming languages or core libraries. It is almost always your code that is at fault. Except....net matters
Lessons learned building .NET client libraries for Google Cloud Platform
Featuring Jon Skeet
For the past three years or so, Jon has been part of a team building .NET libraries for Google Cloud Platform, allowing their customers to use the amazing APIs built by their colleagues in a simple fashion.code-generation versioning api libraries google-cloud .net matters
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