May is almost ended, so as usual it is time to read something new 🙂 I introduce to you a new issue of .NET R&D Digest!
This issue contains bits of engineering, software development, security, tools, CSS and as usual – .NET.
Have a great weekend!
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Today is the last day of April which is also turned out to be a Friday, and, what is always nice to have before weekend? – something to read! 😊 So, here is a new issue of .NET R&D Digest, just for that!
This issue contains bits of computer science, operating systems, security, performance, diagnostics, CSS, .NET and interesting tools to explore.
Enjoy and have a great weekend!
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2020 is ending. It was a long and tough year for everyone. However, in world of software engineering it also was a quite interesting one – we saw how a plan become true (at least in .NET world, where Mono and .NET now share the same repo and .NET 5 was released as promised), we attended a lot of online events, online trainings and spent tons of time on self-education and we also read … .NET R&D Digest 🙂
This issue contains bits of Visual Studio, .NET, web, databases, cloud, and software engineering.
Enjoy and see you next year!
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It is 2020, it is the end of January, it is time for new issue of .NET R&D Digest! 🙂
This issue contains bits of story, .NET, performance , security and much more (just follow the links).
Have a nice read!
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This post might contain links from 2019 or earlier!Author’s joke
There are a lot of good technical articles & books on Web. I see them all the time – when trying to find a solution, when investigating things or simply when reading new posts from my RSS Feed during breakfast.
Having all these knowledge only for myself was a bit selfish. That is why once a month or two I compose some of this content into a so called ‘digest’ for colleagues & friends.
After fourth issues (this one is the fourth) I though – maybe this can be interesting for my readers? So this is the Aprils issue of .NET R&D Digest.
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