Unifying Windows desktop development with .NET Core 3.0

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See how you can use Visual Studio 2019 to migrate your Windows desktop applications to .NET Core 3.0 and take advantage of modern capabilities at your own pace.

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    Alan

    When can we expect to see self contained executable in Linux, MacOS, etc?

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    JasonR
    It's been a pretty depressing decade for Windows development if you where required to support Windows 7. .net core 3.0 looks like a step in the right direction. I hope my vb code transfers and there is something better then EF code first to work with.

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