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The sun is setting on .NET Framework. From now on, .NET Core is king.
A company I was hired for as a Senior Developer was in what most would consider a crisis or at a crossroad. In the past, developers had near-zero communication with each other so that the products they were building were created in totally separate ways - with no expert guidance, code review, etc.
Today, we’re very pleased to announce the general availability of Azure Functions 2.0! This is a huge milestone packed with several capabilities, all focused around making it easier than ever for you to build highly scalable serverless applications.
Our mission is to empower every developer, architect, and IT administrator of all backgrounds and in every organization to achieve more. Keeping up with the rate of change in our industry can be difficult for even the most plugged-in professional. Trying to do so while juggling personal and professional obligations can be near impossible. We built Microsoft Learn so that you could have one stop for self-paced, guided learning on all of our platform products and services.
Microsoft's Ignite conference is the stage for many announcements from the company, and one of today's sessions focused on .NET Core. During the presentation, the company highlighted some of the major features arriving with .NET Core 2.1 which is now generally available, as well as upcoming changes with versions 2.2 and 3.0.