.NET Standard 2.0 and .NET Core 2.0

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Join us as we chat with Scott Hunter, Immo Landwerth, Richard Lander, and Damian Edwards about the latest updates to .NET Standard 2.0 and .NET Core 2.0

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      Please, please, please, get those SPA templates in VS (both Windows and Mac version)

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      @wfuk:Your API Port link has a space at the end that results in a 404 from GitHub.



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      Just as with the various community standups, I get a lot of value out of this kind of Q&A format being included in the Build events. It always feels like it's compressed into too short a timeframe, though, so I would suggest that you please consider expanding it into a full hour or more timeslot (I have no doubt you'll be rushing to get in the last few questions even if you made it 2 full hours but the usual 26 or 27 minutes is certainly not enough time). Thanks for all the great work you do!

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      @BrianHartung: Great observation - I mentioned to people on the panel that we should be doing a full .NET panel similar to this one at least every other month. They seemed super receptive to the idea!

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      Don't anyone post any critical comments. Seth will delete them. Keep it up. You guys are doing a great job creating a total confused platform. Especially ASP.NET which is just a rip off of Ruby On Rails.

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      @sethjuarez: That would be amazing. The Channel 9 live panel discussions are such a great part of Build and it's always a shame that we have to wait a whole year for another insight. 

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      When they say 'API' as in 'Full Fx has about a quarter million apis while core as about 33 thousand' what does that mean exactly? Discrete assemblies with 1 or more public methods/properties each or is each method/property counted as an 'api'?

      What does 'side-by-side' mean?

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