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Microsoft emits .NET Core 3.0, C# 8.0, Visual Studio 2019 16.3, and more at e-conference

Warm Braw Silver badge

You also get Entity Framework Core 3.0

And Entity Framework 6.3 working, at least after a fashion, on .NET Core 3.0 which might help someone with a migration problem.

Blazor looks very interesting - the locally-interactive bits of your web application (the bits you'd presently find written in JavaScript) are written in a .NET language and can either run in the browser using WebAssembly or run on the web server with the UI events and DOM changes being communicated by means of WebSockets.

I was expecting it to be a bit ho-hum but some of it looks quite impressive. Arguably it needs to get a bit more boring for a while so that developers aren't chasing a constantly-moving target - however there is a least a commitment to a Long Term Support version every other November.

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