.NET R&D Digest (November, 2022)

In .NET, November was a full of interesting events – release of .NET 7, bunch of conferences and announcements, in-depth analysis of ASP.NET Core benchmarks, a lot of great posts and of course – a new issue of .NET R&D Digest.

This issue includes bits of software development, a few stories, security, performance, diagnostics, C++, git and of course .NET.

Enjoy your reading!

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.NET R&D Digest (July, 2022)

2/3 or summer has been completed but there is still a plenty of time left to get some rest and read (or watch) something interesting, exciting and good for your career. Where to find those? Well…, all of these and more, you can find right here – in .NET R&D Digest.

This issue of .NET R&D Digest includes bits of career development, software architecture, patterns, web, testing, diagnostics, history, fun and of course – .NET. This time there are both – something to watch and read.

Have a nice read!

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.NET R&D Digest (April, 2022)

One more month out, still eight to go and looks like these months have a lot of .NET. C# 11 is coming closer (and it won’t include parameters null-checking). Microsoft Build is going to happen in just a few weeks and recently the amazing thing happened – a first release of CoreWCF, which is going to be supported by Microsoft.

However, one thing doesn’t change – every month there is a new issue of .NET R&D Digest. This time the issue includes bits of software development, hardware, .NET, Windows and security.

Enjoy and May the 4th be with you!

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.NET R&D Digest (March, 2022)

The first quarter of 2022 is out. .NET 5 is going to reach its end of life next month and in November, as usual, we are expecting a new, much powerful version – .NET 7. Looks like .NET world is constantly changing, that is why it is so important to remember how it all started.

This time, the new issue of .NET R&D Digest includes bits of nostalgia, history, computer science, software development, .NET, Windows, Security and a few stories.

Have a great read!

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.NET R&D Digest (December, 2021)

In the last Monday of 2021, as promised, I present you one more issue of .NET R&D Digest! This issue is a bit special because besides amazing blog posts dedicated to .NET & Windows, it also includes an amazing tale about Midori, which I personally read multiple times and every time I read it, I found something new in it («The Error Model» is my favourite).

This issue includes bits of Windows, diagnostics, story, software development, operating systems, C#, testing, COM and a bit to watch and learn about .NET.

Have a good read!

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.NET R&D Digest (November, 2021)

Here it comes – a last (but not least) month of the year, December. This month is mostly famous because of New Year celebration but this year I hope it also will become recognised because there will be two issues of .NET R&D Digest to read – one for November (this one) and one for December (expected to be available closer to the end of the month).

This issues includes bits of software development, architecture, .NET (and .NET Internals), debugging, diagnostics, tools and compilers!

Have a nice read and have fun 🙂

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.NET R&D Digest (August, 2021)

The summer is over, the sun isn’t shining as bright as a month ago. What does it mean? It means we will have more time to read something interesting – like a new issue of .NET R&D Digest which is by a fair coincidence is … here!

This issue includes a bits of story, software development, .NET, security, diagnostics, performance and computer science.

Enjoy!

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.NET R&D Digest (February, 2021)

Hello Everyone,

The first day of spring is here! So it is time for a new issue of .NET R&D Digest!

A fun fact is that I first started to publish this digest internally within the company and it’s internal number is #24, so it is been two years since the first digest issue 😊

This issue contains bits of Life & Story, Architecture, .NET, .NET Internals, C# and tools.

Enjoy your reading!

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