Trying out new .NET Core Alpine Docker Images - Scott Hanselman
November 23, 2017
Alpine support is part of the .NET Core 2.1 release. .NET Core 2.1 images are currently provided at the microsoft/dotnet-nightly repo, including the new Alpine images. .NET Core 2.1 images will be promoted to the microsoft/dotnet repo when released in 2018.
Two years ago, the Orchard community started developing Orchard on .NET Core. After 1,500 commits, 297,000 lines of code, 127 projects, we think it’s time to release a public version, namely Orchard Core Beta 1.
Announcing the Windows Compatibility Pack for .NET Core
November 21, 2017
This package is meant for developers that need to port existing .NET Framework code to .NET Core. But before you start porting, you should understand what you want to accomplish with the migration. Just porting to .NET Core because it’s a new .NET implementation isn’t a good enough reason (unless you’re a True Fan).
.NET Core is optimized for building highly scalable web applications, running on Windows, macOS or Linux. If you’re building Windows desktop applications, then the .NET Framework is the best choice for you. Take a look at our documentation for more details on how to choose between .NET Core and .NET Framework.
Introducing Tensor for multi-dimensional Machine Learning and AI data
November 19, 2017
Tensor is an exchange type for homogenous multi-dimensional data for 1 to N dimensions. The motivation behind introducing Tensor<T> is to make it easy for Machine Learning library vendors like CNTK, Tensorflow, Caffe, Scikit-Learn to port their libraries over to .NET with minimal dependencies in place. Tensor<T> is designed to provide the following characteristics.
The DevExpress Web Dashboard can now work on the latest .NET Core framework. While this is a pre-release (CTP), we're excited about this news and want to get your feedback. The .NET Core 2.0 framework provides several benefits such as performance, flexible deployment, and cross-platform support. That means that you can run our Web Dashboard on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Announcing F# support for .NET Core and .NET Standard projects in Visual Studio
November 16, 2017
We’re pleased to announce that Visual Studio 2017 15.5 Preview 4 now supports F# projects targeting .NET Core, .NET Standard, and .NET Framework through the .NET Core SDK. Some of you have noticed various levels of this support in the first, second, and third previews. We still had a few work items left to complete when those were released, so we didn’t announce the support at that time. These work items are now complete!
On behalf of our client, Simple Step Recruiters is looking for Senior.Net/C# developer to join fast growing team of European product company in Kiev.
The company is a leading developer of industrial IoT solutions to track people and objects or transport sensor data, using mesh network technologies in Norway.
Senior Full Stack (.NET Engineer), Medical Appointment Scheduling Service
There are several projects that DataArt’s specialists will work on. One of them is to improve the platform’s performance and expand its features. The other is to attract new users, set up SSO authentication through a social network, and improve SEO. These projects are implemented on React, Redux, GQL, and AWS.
Edev LLC is a Ukrainian Software company which makes part of an Italian holding and carries out projects for Elfo S.r.l.
Being a Microsoft partner, our holding is specialized in development of international Web-based applications.
Today we have offices in Italy and Ukraine and serve customers all over the world.
We are looking for a Junior Full Stack Developer for inserting into our Kiev Team.