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What's changed in the last two years after the announcement of .NET Core? Not only the .NET Core is a good runtime for cross platform development, but the tooling too evolved to create a nice developer experience.
You will explore the structure of a .NET Core app and library, using new fsproj project, how to do common tasks like build, test, create nuget package, generate executables for other OS, and finally dockerize it.
In this session, you will discover the new features, like the .NETStandard abstraction (and why that matters for .NET Framework development too) and what's useful for you.
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