ML.NET is an open-source, cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET developers. It enables integrating machine learning into your .NET apps without requiring you to leave the .NET ecosystem or even have a background in ML or data science. ML.NET provides tooling (Model Builder UI in Visual Studio and the cross platform ML.NET CLI) that automatically trains custom machine learning models for you based on your scenario and data.
This is a guest post written by Javier Cantón Ferrero. Javier is a Computer Science Engineer who has always had a passion for 3D graphics and software architecture. His professional achievements include being MVP for Windows DirectX and DirectX XNA for the last nine years,
A bit of history
In .NET 3.0 we introduced a GC.GetGCMemoryInfo API for library code to get memory load related things (this was used in ArrayPool for example) so it exposed things library folks wanted at the time. In 5.0 I got requests from folks to monitor more things about the GC.
Have you ever been working on some code and ran into an issue and needed to ask someone for help? Maybe you are looking for assistance on how to start your next app or perhaps you are seeking some architecture guidance?
This year’s .NET Conf was the largest one yet, with over 80 live sessions across three days that were co-organized and presented by the .NET community and Microsoft. On top of all of that, it also marked the release of .NET 5.0 that brings a full set of new capabilities,
Visual Basic, along with its Application Framework, is supported in .NET 5 and Visual Studio 16.8!
Visual Studio 16.8 includes the Windows Forms Designer,
so Visual Basic is ready for you to migrate existing applications or create new applications.
While .NET Core has had Visual Basic since the first release,
Today, we are excited to announce that Microsoft Edge WebView2 is now generally available for use in production .NET 5, .NET Core, and .NET Framework Windows Forms and WPF applications on existing Windows versions! Additionally, we are thrilled to announce that WebView2’s Fixed Version Distribution mode is also generally available for production applications.
The .NET Productivity team (a.k.a. Roslyn) wants to help you be more productive! We’ve seen a lot of excitement in the past few months over our latest features which automate and reduce editing tasks to a single click and help save you time.