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Containerize .NET for Red Hat OpenShift: Linux containers and .NET Core

Containerize .NET for Red Hat OpenShift: Linux containers and .NET Core

April 15, 2021

When .NET was released to the open source world (November 12, 2014—not that I remember the date or anything), it didn’t just bring .NET to open source; it brought open source to .NET. Linux containers were one of the then-burgeoning, now-thriving technologies that became available to .NET developers. At that time, it was “docker, docker, […]

C# 9 new features for methods and functions

C# 9 new features for methods and functions

April 13, 2021

This is the third article in our C# 9 series. In the previous articles, we covered top-level programs and target-typed expressions and new features for pattern matching. In this article, we’ll look at new features for methods, anonymous functions, and local functions. Covariant return types When overriding base class members or implementing interfaces, C# 9 […]

C# 9 pattern matching

C# 9 pattern matching

April 6, 2021

The previous article in our C# 9 series looked at top-level programs and target-typed expressions. In this article, we’ll cover new features for pattern matching. You can find an overview of the syntax offered by previous versions of C# in C# 8 pattern matching. Type patterns When checking against a type, previous versions of C# required […]

C# 9 top-level programs and target-typed expressions

C# 9 top-level programs and target-typed expressions

March 30, 2021

.NET 5 (released in November 2020) includes support for C# 9, a major new version of the C# programming language. This series of articles explores the new features in .NET’s main programming language. In this first article, we’ll look at top-level statements and target-typed new and conditional expressions. These features make C# less verbose and […]

Three ways to containerize .NET applications on Red Hat OpenShift

Three ways to containerize .NET applications on Red Hat OpenShift

March 16, 2021

When Microsoft announced in November 2014 that the .NET Framework would be open source, the .NET developer’s world shifted. This was not a slight drift in a new direction; it was a tectonic movement with huge implications. For one thing, it positioned .NET developers to take part in the rapidly-growing world of Linux containers. As […]

.NET 5.0 now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift

.NET 5.0 now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift

December 22, 2020

We’re excited to announce the general availability of .NET 5.0 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. What’s new .NET 5.0 is the successor of .NET Core 3.1, and supersedes .NET Framework as the preferred target platform for building Windows Forms and WPF applications. .NET […]

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