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.NET Core SDK 2.1.400 Update MSDN DotNet Feed

We released .NET Core 2.1.400-SDK. See .NET Core 2.1.400-SDK release notes for complete details on the release. Quality Updates CLI A full list of the changes in this update can be found in the commit list. Getting the Update The .NET Core 2.1.400-SDK August 2018 Update is available from the .NET Core 2.1.400-SDK download page. You... Read more

Announcing F# 4.5 MSDN DotNet Feed

Today, we’re incredibly pleased to announce general availability of F# 4.5. This post will walk through the changes in F# 4.5 (just like the preview post), then show some updates to F# tooling, and finally talk a bit about where what we’re thinking about for the next F# version. Get started F# 4.5 can be... Read more

August 2018 .NET Framework Security and Quality Rollup MSDN DotNet Feed

Today, we are releasing the August 2018 Security and Quality Rollup.  This release also addressed the July issues explained in KB 4345913 and Advisory on July 2018 .NET Framework Updates. Security CVE-2018-8360 – Windows Information Disclosure Vulnerability This update resolves an information disclosure vulnerability in Microsoft .NET Framework that could allow an attacker to access information in... Read more

Advisory serializing/deserializing a CultureAwareComparer with .NET Framework 4.6+ MSDN DotNet Feed

An issue with serializing/deserializing a CultureAwareComparer was discovered with .NET Framework 4.7.1. This issue was resolved earlier this year, with the May 2018 Preview of Quality Rollup. We recently learned that some applications continue to experience this issue. The changes made to .NET Framework 4.7.1 were also integrated into .NET Framework 4.6 and later servicing... Read more

Announcing ML.NET 0.4 MSDN DotNet Feed

A few months ago we released ML.NET 0.1 at //Build 2018., ML.NET is a cross-platform, open source machine learning framework for .NET developers. We’ve gotten great feedback so far and would like to thank the community for your engagement as we continue to develop ML.NET together in the open. We are happy to announce the... Read more

Handling a new era in the Japanese calendar in .NET MSDN DotNet Feed

Typically, calendar eras represent long time periods. In the Gregorian calendar, for example, the current era spans (as of this year) 2,018 years. In the Japanese calendar, however, a new era begins with the reign of a new emperor. On April 30, 2019, Emperor Akihito is expected to abdicate, which will bring to an end... Read more

Tiered Compilation Preview in .NET Core 2.1 MSDN DotNet Feed

If you are a fan of .NET performance there has been a lot great news lately such as Performance Improvements in .NET Core 2.1 and Announcing .NET Core 2.1, but we’ve got more. Tiered compilation is a significant new performance feature that we are making available as a preview for anyone to try out, starting... Read more

.NET Framework July 2018 Update MSDN DotNet Feed

Update: 8/14/2018 Guidance has changed. Install the .NET Framework August 2018 Update. It includes the improvement described in this post for all supported Windows versions. Update: 8/03/2018 Guidance has changed for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. See dotnet/announcements #74. Today, we released the July 2018 Update that fixes an issue in .NET Framework... Read more

Announcing F# 4.5 Preview MSDN DotNet Feed

We’re very excited to announce that we’ll be shipping a new language version of F# soon. The version will be F# 4.5. F# 4.5 has been developed entirely via an open RFC (requests for comments) process, with significant contributions from the community, especially in feature discussions and demonstrating use cases. You can view all RFCs... Read more

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