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In this post, I describe give some basic debugging tips for .NET applications and useful tools to diagnose applications.
Even talking about building a monolith today, is a bit taboo. It is all about microservices at the moment, and has been for a few years. But they aren’t a silver bullet.
Going Desktop With .NET MAUI (sponsor)
.NET MAUI started as the evolution of Xamarin.Forms with a very mobile-first mindset. Can developers truly build modern desktop apps for Windows or macOS using .NET MAUI? Let’s take a look at some desktop-friendly .NET MAUI features and what lies ahead.
Using Entity Framework Core’s interceptors to catch performance issues before its too late.
You might have heard that mutable value types are evil. But why is that and why does the .NET framework use them then? Are they really that evil? Let's have a look at a few examples and have a look what is going on!
ASP.NET Core is a framework providing a plethora of possibilities that can help you structure your API projects and solve the problems you might face with out-of-the-box tooling.
And we have a lot of new updates and releases for major .NET lines from last week. 🎉🙌
- Welcome to C# 11
- .NET 7 is Available Today
- Announcing .NET MAUI for .NET 7 General Availability
- What's new in Windows Forms in .NET 7.0
- What's new for WPF in .NET 7
- Entity Framework Core 7 (EF7) is available today
- Announcing ASP.NET Core in .NET 7
- Visual Studio 2022 17.4 is now available!
And we'll wrap up on a less exciting note. With a security vulnerability in SQLClient.
Microsoft is releasing this security advisory to provide information about a vulnerability in .NET, .NET Core and .NET Framework's System.Data.SqlClient and Microsoft.Data.SqlClient NuGet Packages.