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  • Welcome Google and Congratulations Samsung!

    Today, at Microsoft’s Connect() event in New York we announced some important news regarding the .NET Foundation Technical Steering Group. First of all, I’m thrilled to welcome Google to the .NET Foundation Technical Steering Group joining Microsoft, Red Hat, JetBrains, Unity and Samsung to help bring greater innovation to the .NET platform. Google has been one of the most active contributors outside of Microsoft to .NET Foundation projects over the past two years as well as helping to drive the ECMA Standardization process for C#. .NET …

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  • Welcome BenchmarkDotNet

    Today, I have the pleasure of welcoming BenchmarkDotNet into the .NET Foundation. It's a powerful cross-platform library which helps you to measure the performance of your source code with the high level of precision even when you are working with very rapid operations. It's already used by a number of great .NET projects, with a growing community of contributors. In this guest post, Andrey Akinshin from the BenchmarkDotNet project explains more and how to get started. -- Martin BenchmarkDotNet Benchmarking is really hard (especially …

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  • The 2016 AAS WorldWide Telescope Competition

    Want to share astronomy by making a tour, interactive experience, or video using WorldWide Telescope? You should — and then you should enter it in the first American Astronomical Society’s first WorldWide Telescope Competition! The AAS is hosting its first-ever competition for products created using WorldWide Telescope. Since WWT became part of the .NET Foundation and joined the AAS family, we’ve seen it used for some great science communication by authors submitting video abstracts for their research articles, as well as some spectacular …

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