With the recent announcement that the .NET Core is open source, Dan sits down with Immo Landwerth and David Kean to discuss what open sourcing means, how .NET Core will support both Windows and Linux, how Mono fits into the open source efforts, and how community members can contribute to this effort.
- [0:13] Summary of the Connect() announcement
- [1:04] What's the relationship between .NET Core and .NET Framework?
- [3:04] Why open source?
- [7:21] Have we gotten external contributors?
- [8:31] How do we think about contributions?
- [11:06] How do we blend internal review processes with open source?
- [15:13] Are we making Microsoft internal tools available?
- [19:56] We still have a compatibility bar, what's the difference between .NET Core and .NET Framework?
- [22:07] How do we balance agility and maturity?
- [24:35] Whiteboarding .NET Framework vs. .NET Core
- [26:02] Whiteboarding: What's in .NET Core?
- [28:24] Whiteboarding: What's open source today?
- [29:38] Whiteboarding: How do we make .NET Core cross plat?
- [34:19] Whiteboarding: How do portable class libraries work with .NET Core?
- [36:45] How do we work with the Mono community?
- [38:41] How does the Mono project relate to .NET Core?
- [40:58] How can you provide us with feedback?
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