Hi! I’m Laurent Ellerbach. I’m a Principal Software Engineer Manager at Microsoft working for the Commercial Software Engineering team. My team and I are doing co-engineering with our largest customers helping them in their digital transformation and focussing on Azure. I’m more focussing on Manufacturing industry and I’ve been involved in IoT for a very long time.
Today, we are releasing .NET Core 3.1.14 and .NET Core 2.1.27 April updates. These updates contains reliability and other non-security improvements. See our April blog post for details on all April servicing releases.
For Pi day 2021, I published a fun post on how to Blink LEDs with Raspberry Pi. As part of that writeup, I wanted to include a 40 LED charlieplexing example, but couldn’t get it working. It is working now, and I decided to do a follow-up post to show it to you.
With .NET 6 Preview 3 we are shipping the latest progress for mobile and desktop development with .NET Multi-platform App UI. This release adds the Windows platform with WinUI 3, improves the base application and startup builder, adds native lifecycle events,
Today, we are delighted to release .NET 6 Preview 3. This release is dedicated almost entirely to low-level performance features. These are the types of improvements that many folks don’t necessarily always fully appreciate, but they help a lot for many apps.
Every year we conduct a survey to gather feedback on pain points and feature requests that help shape the direction of Machine Learning in .NET.
This past year we have made major improvements to ML.NET tooling and APIs, and now we’re investigating new areas to improve and grow,
Today, we are releasing the .NET April 2021 Updates. These updates contains reliability and other non-security improvements. See the individual release notes for details on updated packages.
You can download 5.0.5 | 3.1.14 | 2.1.27 versions for Windows, macOS, and Linux,
The C# compilers have been open source since 2014, now in the dotnet/roslyn repository. The dotnet/csharplang split off to provide a dedicate public space for the innovation and evolution of the C# language. Now, dotnet/csharpstandard completes the group, providing a public space for the ongoing work to document the standard for the latest C# language versions.
When writing a software, developers try their best to maximize the performance they can get from the code they have baked into the product. Often, there are various tools available to the developers to find that last change they can squeeze into their code to make their software run faster.
Today, users are demanding responsiveness, the latest and greatest features, and zero downtime from their applications. Businesses are rapidly adopting the cloud’s power to meet user demand, increase scalability and availability of applications. However, to fully embrace the cloud and optimize cost savings,