This is a post from my weekly mailing list titled (creatively) Last Week in .NET. If this sort of thing interests you, you can sign up for the mailing list here. I also produce an audio version of the same which is available at https://podcast.lastweekin.net.
🎁.NET 5.0.5 has been released. This release fixes an issue where
dotnet restore wouldn’t work on Linux.
💸Jimmy Bogard takes you through local development on Azure Service Bus. Developers won’t pay $99 a year for a tool that saves them hundreds of hours, but will happily pay to develop software in the cloud.
🕴Leverage enterprise-scale reference implementations for your cloud adoption. I think Microsoft marketing is skimping on their KPIs: The title doesn’t have the word “Azure” in it.
🙋♀️Your top .NET Microservices questions answered The link itself isn’t as interesting as the links available in the post. If you find yourself wanting to learn more about microservices and their structure and communication patterns, these links are a great place to start.
📢Announcing .NET 6 Preview 3 performance improvements, more platforms supported (iOS, Apple’s M1, and Android!), and plenty of bug fixes for ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, and the runtime itself.
☠🔒Tayrn Pratt, Stack Overflow’s DBA, writes about fighting with deadlocks in SQL Server when needing to generate 10,000 schemas (not a typo). Stack Overflow Teams uses an interesting mechanism for multi-tenancy: database schemas. It scales, but there are some issues. Taryn dives into those issues and how they fixed them.
🕵️♂️Exploiting Windows RPC to bypass CFG mitigation: analysis of CVE-2021-26411 in-the-wild sample Sometimes we get exploits with no code samples, and other times the author goes into a deep dive into how the CVE operates, with examples. This is the latter, and we’re all the better for it.
ILSpy 7 RC1 is now available and the big news here is that you can now build ILSpy for .NET 5. Oh, and it has dark mode too.