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Scott Hanselman

It's time for you to install Windows Terminal

It's time. It's the feature complete release of the Windows Terminal. Stop reading, and go install it. I'll wait here.

Scott Hanselman

Announcing .NET Interactive - Try .NET includes .NET Notebooks and more

At Microsoft Ignite 2019, we were happy to announce that the "Try .

Scott Hanselman

Your Todo application is too complex or not complex enough

I've blogged before about ASP.NET Architect David Fowler's hidden gems in ASP.NET.

Scott Hanselman

Hundreds of practical ASP.NET Core samples to learn the fundamentals

There's a growing world of .NET 101 samples out there. From our own http://dot.

Scott Hanselman

Hosting your own NuGet Server and Feed for build artifacts with BaGet

NuGet is the package management system underlying the .NET programming platform. Just like Ruby Gems or NPM Packages,

Scott Hanselman

Retrogaming by modding original consoles to remove moving parts and add USB or SD-Card support

I'm a documented big fan of Retrogaming (playing older games and introducing my kids to those older games).For example,

Scott Hanselman

Trying out Container Tools in Visual Studio 2019

I've been doing more and more work in Docker containers (rather than on the metal) and I noticed recently that Visual...

Scott Hanselman

My views on community, productivity, kindness, and mindfulness on the Hanselminutes Fresh Tech Podcast

At the start of a new decade and over 700 episodes of my tech podcast, I did something weird. I had myself on the show.

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.NET Framework February 2019 Preview of Quality Rollup

Today, we released the February 2019 Preview of Quality Rollup.

.NET Blog

.NET Core 1.0 and 1.1 will reach End of Life on June 27, 2019

.NET Core 1.0 was released on June 27, 2016 and .NET Core 1.1 was released on November 16, 2016. As an LTS release, .