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I've actually used a few of these at my job. I hope to use some of these in the near future with .NET 6.
This week was very informative, thank you! I haven't heard about standard feature flags before, and the post about LINQ was surprising. DiagnosticListener might also come in handy some day.
Great concept coverage on articles!
Loved the article about The Operation Result Pattern, which I recommended to friends and colleagues, and made me migrate my Azure Function to .NET 6.

#432 – November 28, 2022

.NET 7.0's Performance Improvements with Dynamic PGO are Incredible

.NET 7.0 was released to market last week and includes hundreds of major improvements across the board.

Getting Started with C# and InfluxDB open source time series platform (sponsor)

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C# 11 Improvements for Strings, List Patterns and Object Creation

As part of the .NET 7 launch, on November 8th Microsoft unveiled the new features of C# 11, the latest version of the popular .NET programming language. The most prominent improvements include string enhancements, static method abstractions, list patterns and required members for object creation.

Making your WPF app cross platform with Avalonia UI

One advantage of the new .NET Core (now .NET) apps is that they are cross platform. Once you create an app, the same code will run on Windows, Mac or Linux with no change. But there are some exceptions to this: WPF or WinForms apps are only for Windows. You cannot create a WPF app and run it on Linux, for example.

7 Debugging features to master in Visual Studio to make your life easier

In this cruel world of bugs that we live in, it’s important that we learn how to deal with them effectively. Properly using the tools that we have at our disposal can make a huge impact on the time we need to dedicate to finding bugs. Visual Studio provides a lot of debugging features, so let’s check out some of them which might help you.

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Using Static Abstract Interface members in .NET 7 and C#11

Introduced as a preview feature in .NET 6, Static Abstract Interface Members have been made generally available in .NET 7 with C#11. This feature is enabled by default when you create a new project targeting .NET 7 and C#11.

And a few briefs to wrap up with.

I'll see you next Monday! 👋

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