I would like .NET Development (Desktop, API, and Web) to be as easy as it is to launch a web application with Django or Rails. I would love for a productive .NET ecosystem that rewards non-Microsoft based products. We get to dive into a little bit of why those things are impossible right now, let’s … Continue reading “[Last Week in .NET #106] – A penny for your tweetise”
Releases, CVEs, and a look into The Last Of Us’s Breathing System as a programming marvel. Let’s get into it. .NET Core 3.1.30, .NET 6.0.10 and .NET 7 RC 2 are out. On the .NET 3.1 and .NET 6 side, they’re patching a privilege escalation CVE (CVE-2022-41032), interestingly enough this also affects NuGet. As security … Continue reading “[Last Week in .NET #105] – A tale of two CVEs”
Roasts, Beefs, and CVEs. Let’s get into it. Microsoft discontinued its iOS keyboard SwiftKey I would trade you a Microsoft Outlook and 4 Microsoft Teams for Swiftkey coming back. Microsoft needs a product arm of the company that isn’t affected by the whole 1990s-era synergy play that infects every action they take. Every time someone … Continue reading “[Last Week in .NET #104] – Roast Beef CVEs”
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