.NET is a free and open-source, managed computer software framework for Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems. It is a cross-platform successor to . NET Framework. The project is primarily developed by Microsoft employees by way of the . NET Foundation, and released under the MIT License.
I've written 2 blogs about .NET Core.
MSBuild: Continuous Integration Assembly Versioning
Posted 3 years ago by Luc Shelton
A guide on how to automatically inject versioning information at compile-time with any C# based project in Visual Studio and MSBuild.
C# and Resource Management: Best Practices for Handling Unmanaged Resources
Posted 4 years ago by Luc Shelton
C# is commonly used on Windows with the Common-Language Runtime which is provided by the .