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Azure Active Directory’s gateway is on .NET Core 3.1!MSDN DotNet Feed

Azure Active Directory’s gateway service is a reverse proxy that fronts hundreds of services that make up Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). If you’ve used services such as,, or, then you’ve used Azure AD’s gateway. The gateway provides features such as TLS termination,

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Diagnostics improvements in .NET 5MSDN DotNet Feed

Building upon the diagnostics improvements we introduced in .NET Core 3.0, we’ve been hard at work further improving this space. I’m excited to introduce the next wave of diagnostics improvements.
Diagnostics tool are available without the .NET SDK
Until recently, the .NET diagnostics suite of tools was available only as .NET SDK global tools.

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.NET 5 Networking ImprovementsMSDN DotNet Feed

With .NET 5 released in November, it’s a good time to talk about some of the many improvements in the networking stack. This includes improvements around HTTP, Sockets, networking-related security, and other networking primitives. In this post, I will highlight some of the more impactful and interesting changes in the release.

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What’s next for System.Text.Json?MSDN DotNet Feed

.NET 5.0 was released recently and has come with many new features and performance improvements. System.Text.Json is no exception. We have improved performance, reliability, and made it easier to adopt for people who are familiar with Newtonsoft.Json. In this post, I’m going to talk about the progress that has been made with System.Text.Json,

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