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Visual Studio Subscriptions resources for remote learning and productivity | Visual Studio Blog

The Visual Studio Subscriptions team wants to do everything we can to support you, wherever you’re at during this tough time. We’ve got some suggestions for staying productive at home, and ways that you can take advantage of benefits in your Visual Studio...

.NET Framework February 2020 Preview of Quality Rollup for Windows 10 1909, Windows 10 1903, Windows Server, version 1909 and Windows Server, version 1903 | .NET Blog

Today, we are releasing the February 2020 Preview of Quality Rollup for Windows 10 1909, Windows 10 1903, Windows Server, version 1909 and Windows Server, version 1903. Quality and Reliability This release contains the following quality and reliability im...

Achievement Unlocked: Visual Studio for Mac ASP.NET Core Challenge Completed | Visual Studio Blog

Last month, we kicked-off a challenge for our developer community to build a solution using ASP.NET Core and the new .NET Core features in Visual Studio for Mac. We were delighted to hear from so many of you and we were excited to receive many projects bu...

ASP.NET Blog | Setting HTTP header attributes to enable Azure authentication/authorization using HTTPRepl

Posted on behalf of Ahmed Metwally The HTTP Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) is a lightweight, cross-platform command-line tool that’s supported everywhere .NET Core is supported. It’s used for making HTTP requests to test ASP.NET Core web APIs and view th...

Thread by @ErrataRob: "Yea, I've got 3 hours to kill here in this airport lounge waiting for the next leg of my flight, so let's discuss the "OSI Model". There's n […]"

Thread by @ErrataRob: "Yea, I've got 3 hours to kill here in this airport lounge waiting for the next leg of my flight, so let's discuss the There's no such thing. What they taught you is a lie, and they knew it was a lie, and they didn't care, becau […]"

An Experimental Floating-Point Scalar Evolution :: Duskborn — Duskborn Labs is where Neil ‘@sheredom‘ Henning writes up things of interest.

The TL;DR - after a conversation at EuroLLVM with Steve Canon about how LLVM is missing scalar evolution analysis for floating-point, I've spent some spare time hacking on a new LLVM analysis pass - fpscev (Floating-Point SCalar EVolution) - available her...