Issue: 2019 - Vol. 16 Issue 1 - .NET Core 3.0

  • Rod is just as excited as everyone else about all the new tools in .NET Core 3.0.
  • If you thought Visual Studio was a great tool before, you’re going to go nuts about the latest release. Mika and Kendra talk about the changes that they’re most excited about.
  • It’s not enough that creating apps using .NET Core is better than ever before. Now, Olia shows us how with .NET Core 3, upgrading existing apps is easier, too.
  • Machine Learning doesn’t have to be the big scary monster lurking in the dark. Bri and Cesar show you how Microsoft’s ML.NET lets you design your own models specific to your deployment context and needs even if you’ve never played with ML before.
  • Blazor is a new Web framework that uses .NET Core’s architecture, essentially combining the simplicity of Razor with .NET Core concepts. Ed shows you how to get the most from this great tool.
  • The latest release of Entity Framework gets it geared up for some big future changes. Julie shows you that the changes are nothing to sneeze at.
  • Get ready for an exciting list (and examples) as Shawn explores the new tools in ASP.NET Core 3.0.
  • If you’ve been putting off using VS on the Mac, you’ll be excited by Ben’s experience with the new release. It’s got all the whistles and bells you know and love and it makes some tasks even easier than you’d expect.
  • If you need access to native platforms, you’re going to want to see what Ryan has to say about Xamarin.Forms. He’ll show you that migration isn’t the pain you thought it might be.
  • You’ve been programming in C# for a while now, and you know that you need bidirectional streaming with low latency and high throughput. Google’s remote procedure call offering (gRPC) has what you need, and Magnus shows you why.
  • When .NET Core got its makeover, so did C#. Mark shows you what’s improved and why you’ll want to work with it right away.