Supporting IAsyncEnumerable with LINQ | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, Async, Coding, Developer Tools, devtools, LINQ

With IAsyncEnumerable being introduced in .NET Core 3, it’s not surprising that developers might want to leverage their existing knowledge of Linq operations when working with async streams. In this episode, Bart De Smet comes on to talk about the System.Linq.Async nuget package that adds some common Linq query operators to IAsyncEnumerable. [01:15] – What’s the […]

Migrating from Entity Framework 6 to Core | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, asp .net, Coding, Data, Entity Framework

Entity Framework (EF) Core is a lightweight and cross-platform version of the popular Entity Framework data access technology. In this episode, Diego Vega joins Christos to show us how we can port out Entity Framework 6 code to Entity Framework Core. [01:02] – Entity Framework Core Roadmap [03:04] –  Entity Framework 6.3 updates. [04:44] –  Different […]

Microservices and more in .NET Core 3.0 | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, asp .net, Azure Platform, Coding, Containers, Docker, microservices

Enabling developers to build resilient microservices is an important goal for .NET Core 3.0 In this episode, Shayne Boyer is joined by Glenn Condron and Ryan Nowak from the ASP.NET team who discuss some of the exciting work that’s happening in the microservice space for .NET Core 3.0. [00:22] – What’s the goal with the […]

Updating the WinForms Designer for .NET Core 3.0 | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, Desktop, desktop development, Developer Tools, devtools, Windows, WinForms

There are many benefits that .NET Core can bring to desktop applications. With .NET Core 3.0, support is being adding for building desktop application with WinForms and WPF. In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Merrie McGaw and Dustin Campbell who share some interesting insights on the work that’s going into getting the WinForms designer […]

The .NET Foundation Panel from Build 2019 | On .NET

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The .NET Foundation is an independent organization created to foster innovation, which we believe starts with open development and collaboration. It’s also a forum for community and commercial developers to broaden and strengthen the future of the .NET ecosystem. Live from Microsoft Build 2019, we’re joined by Beth Massi, Phil Haack and Clint Patterson from […]