Blog - Title

  • .NET Blog

    Save the day with a Visual Basic, C#, or F# T-Shirt!

    Mads and Dustin showed off these stylish little numbers at BUILD and ever since we've been getting pinged by community members wanting to know where they can get their very own so they too can show their passion for their favorite programming language...
  • .NET Blog

    May 2015 .NET Security Updates

    The .NET team released two security bulletins today as part of the monthly "Update Tuesday" cycle. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-044 - Critical , Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow Remote Code Execution ( 3057110 ) This security update...
  • .NET Blog

    Targeting the .NET Framework 4.6 RC

    The .NET Framework 4.6 is the latest version of the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework 4.6 exposes new APIs that you can use in your app or library. You can also use it to run existing apps. Using Visual Studio 2015 You can target the .NET Framework...
  • .NET Blog

    Rounding out Visual F# 4.0 in VS 2015 RC

    Today marks the release of Visual Studio 2015 RC, which includes the latest updates to the Visual F# 4.0 language and tools.  Download the RC here , and review the VS release notes here . Back in November , we described the F# 4.0 features that were...
  • .NET Blog

    .NET Announcements at Build 2015

    At the Build conference today, Scott Guthrie announced the .NET Framework 4.6 RC and Visual Studio 2015 RC. He also announced important updates for .NET Windows 10 apps, ASP.NET 5 and .NET Core. You can download and try out the releases now: Visual...
  • .NET Blog

    April 2015 .NET Security Updates

    The .NET team released a security bulletin today as part of the monthly “patch Tuesday” cycle. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-041 - Important , Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow Information Disclosure ( 3048010 ) This update...
  • .NET Blog

    A Journey Through Open Source: The Trials & Triumphs in Roslyn's First Year of Open Source

    This post is written by Kasey Uhlenhuth a Program Manager on the Managed Languages Team. "I am looking for someone to share in an adventure." — Gandalf, The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien On April 3, 2014, Anders Hejlsberg set us...
  • .NET Blog

    Prism grows up

    It's been over seven years since the Prism project started, led by the patterns & practices team. It was originally known as the Composite Application Library . Last year, we celebrated our 5th official release of Prism . The two major focuses of...
  • .NET Blog

    MSBuild Engine is now Open Source on GitHub

    Today we are pleased to announce that MSBuild is now available on GitHub and we are contributing it to the .NET Foundation ! The Microsoft Build Engine (MSBuild) is a platform for building applications. By invoking msbuild.exe on your project or solution...
  • .NET Blog

    dotnetConf is back, this Wednesday

    dotnetConf is a free, 2 day virtual event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft, and it’s this Wednesday! As you can guess by its name, it’s dedicated to your favorite development platform, .NET. Grab a comfortable chair, a pot of your favorite...
  • .NET Blog

    .NET Core Open Source Update - February 26, 2015

    It has been a couple weeks since we last reported on the .NET Core open source project . It's been a very fun time, watching more people get involved in the project and to see progress on a daily basis. It's amazing watching my GitHub news feed. I have...
  • .NET Blog

    Automatic code formatter released to GitHub

    Code formatting can be a huge pain point. In this post, Jared Parsons , software developer on the Roslyn team , showcases a tool that takes care of it. We have just released the code formatting tool we use to automatically format our code to the prescribed...
  • .NET Blog

    CoreCLR is now Open Source

    We’re excited to announce that CoreCLR is now open source on GitHub. CoreCLR is the .NET execution engine in .NET Core , performing functions such as garbage collection and compilation to machine code. .NET Core is a modular implementation of .NET...
  • .NET Blog

    .NET Core Open Source Update

    Wow. Just wow. I don’t know of a better way to describe my feelings right now. Open source is probably one of the most energizing projects our team has been working on. It’s been a blast so far and the stream of enthusiastic contributors and...
  • .NET Blog

    API review process for .NET Core

    Happy new year! Three weeks ago we published a proposal for an API review process on GitHub and asked for your feedback . The process is now in-place and documented in our developer wiki . Review process Our primary goal with this review process...
  • .NET Blog

    The Changelog interview on open sourcing .NET

    We recently talked to Adam and Jared at The Changelog about open sourcing .NET Core. Check out the show. #134: Open Sourcing .NET Core with the Microsoft .NET team Here's the introduction from The Changelog : This week, we have members...
  • .NET Blog

    Channel 9 interview on open sourcing .NET

    Curious to where we are with open sourcing .NET Core? Do you want to know which libraries are next? Interested in a white boarding session with David Kean ? Then you should check out this video on Channel 9 : Questions or concerns? Leave a comment...
  • .NET Blog

    Introducing .NET Core

    At connect() , we announced that .NET Core will be entirely released as open source software . I also promised to follow up with more details on .NET Core. In this post, I’ll provide an overview of .NET Core, how we’re going to release it...
  • .NET Blog

    Advisory Council Proposal -- Call for Community Feedback Extended to December 5th

    This is a cross post from the .NET Foundation blog and written by Gianugo Rabellino. --Immo The increased openness of .NET has sparked widespread interest in the .NET Foundation. As a result, its Board of Directors has decided to extend the timeframe...
  • .NET Blog

    One Week of Open Source

    Last Wednesday, we announced the new .NET 2015 Preview and our plans to fully open source .NET Core . What an awesome week! Thank you! We knew that you guys would really dig open source but we didn’t expect such a positive response. Within...
  • .NET Blog

    .NET Core is Open Source

    Today is a huge day for .NET! We’re happy to announce that .NET Core will be open source, including the runtime as well as the framework libraries. This is a natural progression of our open source efforts, which already covers the managed compilers...
  • .NET Blog

    The Roadmap for WPF

    When we introduced WPF back in 2006 (.NET 3.0), the response was absolutely phenomenal. Enterprises, ISV’s, and Microsoft Partners have made the technology central to their business, building amazing vertical solutions and mission critical applications...
  • .NET Blog

    Announcing .NET 2015 Preview: A New Era for .NET

    Today is a pivotal moment for .NET. With the release of .NET 2015 Preview, we are embarking on a new journey while maintaining our strong commitment to the 1+ billion customers that are using .NET today. As Scott Guthrie and S. ‘Soma’ Somesegar...
  • .NET Blog

    November 2014 .NET Security Updates

    The .NET team released a security bulletin today as part of the monthly “patch Tuesday” cycle. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS14-072 - Important , Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow Elevation of Privilege ( 3005210 ) This security...
  • .NET Blog

    Using System.Numerics.Vector for Graphics Programming

    We've just released a major update to the SIMD vector types we've blogged about earlier ( first announcement , second update ). We've now made the vector library a lot more more useful for typical graphics operations. We added matrix types, a plane...
Page 1 of 8 (177 items) 12345»