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What .Net Standard 2.1 means to you

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Modernizing .Net is a slow process. Although it’s not been hard for Microsoft to deliver a new, faster cross-platform runtime in the open source .Net Core, it’s been harder to...

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Fix your data before you move it to the cloud

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Data seems to be a forgotten component of a good system architecture. In cloud migrations, I’m often taken back how the data that was bad on-premises is worse in the...

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Visual Studio Code’s Python add-on tries out data science

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Microsoft’s Python language extension for the Visual Studio Code editor has added beta data-science capabilities that support data exploration and incorporation of machine learning models. Developers can use the beta...

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C language update puts backward compatibility first

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A working draft of the standard for the next revision of the C programming language, referred to for now as “C2x,” is now available for review. Most of the changes...

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How to use session storage in ASP.Net Core

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To store user-specific data in ASP.Net Core web applications, we use the session state. However, using session state in ASP.Net core is not straightforward—at least, session state in ASP.Net Core...

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12 ways Azure beats AWS

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Amazon Web Services is an amazing constellation of products, but it’s far from the only game in the cloud world. Microsoft realized long ago that the future of enterprise computing...

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Don’t make your cloud migration a house of cards

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I’m often taken aback by the number of mistakes IT made with on-premises traditional systems that it’s now replicating in the cloud. If you have a cruddy applications design or...

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.Net Standard 2.1 roadmap: The new features you can expect

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.Net Standard 2.1, the next version of a set of standard APIs for all .Net implementations, will add about 3,000 APIs. The .Net Standard specification has been an attempt to prevent...

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Docker unveils Windows Server app migration program

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Docker has unveiled a new service to migrate legacy applications away from versions of Windows Server that are either obsolete or approaching end of life. The Windows Server Application Migration...

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R tutorial: How to import data into R

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