All NuGet downloads are available on http://nuget.org/downloads. NuGet.exe 3.5 RTM is not marked as the latest yet in our downloads, so your version of NuGet.exe will not update to 3.5 RTM if you are using the update -self switch. Over the next few weeks once we get some more real world usage of the tools, we will make this change.
I'm currently writing a range of blog posts about ASP.NET Core. This is a cross post of AppSettings in ASP.NET Core from the elmah.io blog. Most parts of elmah.io consist of small services. While they may not be microservices, they are in fact small and each do one thing.
In the previous LUIS article, I introduced how to set up and train (and publish) a LUIS language interpreting web service, getting an "intent" and extracting "entities" from a given "utterance" In this article I'll use LUIS to enhance your botframework chatbot If you haven't done so already, create your bot using botframework, and set up a LUIS application.
This post is just a companion post to a number of other posts that I've written around the desktop app converter, especially; Desktop App Converter - Starting from Source I'd made a demo of making a simple, blank WPF app and then using it to; Call into UWP APIs Call into UWP APIs that need...
I recently came across a situation where I needed to access IIS Express from a remote device. There a lot of blogs and Stack Overflow posts relating to this that involve updating binding elements in the IIS Express config and I tried a dozen or more of them with no luck.
This is something that we saw over and over again. The obvious answer is that we now do less allocations, so we have less GC work to do, which is true as far as it goes, but it is also true that when we are even slightly faster, things start to align more closely, and we get a chain reaction (slightly less work means more time process the actual requests, so we can get more done in less).
I don't give blood as much as I should. My wife has a much better track record than me, regularly donating not just blood but plasma and platelets as well. I know this not just because it's the sort of thing we talk about, but because her data - along
Join Justin Raczak, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, for a live webinar on November 10, 2016 at 9 am PST / 12 pm EST / 4 pm GST to learn how organizations everywhere are staying competitive by changing the way they think about mobile development.
One of the things I miss the most in Go is polymorphism. I must confess that the lack of polymorphism is one of those things that still annoys me sometimes. I'm not sure this is the official explanation, but one good thing with a language that does not support polymorphism is that it forces you to name methods explicitly.
During the big event on 26th October 2016, Microsoft made the announcement of it's next major release of Windows 10. They named it as 'Windows 10 Creators Update', which we already know as 'Redstone 2' update. This release is going to be more focused on 3D, mixed reality and more.
Last week Steve Teixeira something that should make all you you IoT'ers out there smile and rub your hands together in glee (and something you'll likely be adding to you Christmas list...) Earlier this month, we released to customers around the world a new Windows Insider version of Windows 10 IoT Core that supports the brand new Intel® Joule™.