Three Runtimes, one standard… .NET Standard: All in Visual Studio 2017

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There has never been a better time to be a .NET developer, you can now build Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, and Windows applications with .NET all in open source. In this session we run through some of the new innovations including the Microsoft .NET Framework updates, .NET Standard, Universal Windows Platform updates, .NET Core, managed languages, and more. We also review the updates to Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code to make you a better developer, come see some of the latest productivity features in these tools including managing code style, searching your source and more.

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Breakout

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B8001

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WSCC Hall 6E (1215)

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      OmarMaher

      Where i can found this samples ?

      and could you please upload high guilty video ?

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      WBuck

      I'm confused about what project can target which framework libraries.
      Unless I misunderstood it sounded like I can use a fairly large chunk of the full .Net Framework from a Asp.net Core app. But this https://github.com/aspnet/Home/issues/2022 issue seems to say otherwise.

      I'm getting a little confused.. Scott I think the next Asp community stand up you and Damian need to really break this down.
      For example, if I'm creating a new Asp.net Core 2.0 application can I use any WCF libraries?

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      BrianSchroer

      A little more Scott and a little less Scott, please. ;)

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      MhAlan

      This session went out of the topic, or didn't focus on a topic. scattered and the title is misleading, I was expecting talk about the three runtimes, then suddenly there is unit testing, C# 7 features, and docker!! plus, I like .net core, but, enough of this .Net core on Mac, really, we need "Apps" on other platforms rather than a "Server" on Mac (what is that for? I mean you said .net core is very popular in one year, but how much percent of the users used it for Mac?) .. We want UI on other platforms, UWP to be universal as Xamarin forms is still modest.

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      jxvalenz

      URL to MyCompany sample please!

    • User profile image
      DeadStack

      @MhAlan:Can UWP be cross platform without DirectX? Will we ever see DirectX cross platform? Microsoft need stores on the other platforms first, surely.

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      Zandole

      Next time more Scott Han and less Scott Hun plz.

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      felipeklafke

      Where are the captions??? :(

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      JasonR

      Hanselman is always entertaining and informative.  I just hope I can use more then a thimble full of the new stuff in an air-gaped environment.

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      luzi

      @Zandole: I agree. Not everyone can be funny or extroverted enough to catch onto humor while their head is in the demo, and that's okay. But what was the point in having him up there if Scott Hanselman could be both entertaining, and provide the same content? It's actually distracting when you see him sour every joke.

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      trzb

      Glad to see interesting news again, but could you please upload subtitle files in a more common format, e.g. srt?

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      Haksu77

      Can i get the usb key? Are you mailing to Finland :)?

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      asif ashraf

      Microsoft is doing a great job but still missing the power of Javascript. They are working really good in .NET now. However they will still not be picked by small businesses because of SQL server pricing and ignoring the power of Javascript.

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