Introducing .NET Core 2.0

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    badre429

    is this session will be uploaded whats taking this long ? 

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    Stannieman

    If RuntimeIdentifiers allow you to create a .net standard library that will not run on all implementations of that standard version, then what's the point of having this standard?

    I assume .net 2.0 (that sharpziplib targets) has some api's that are not part of standard 2.0 and that's why you need the RuntimeIdentifiers so you can kind of hack it to work anyway?

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