.NET Core and .NET Standard have been in active and open development on Github for more than a year, and now we’re ready to talk about an RTM version .NET Core 2.0 and .NET Standard 2.0 What do these new versions mean for us? In this session with a member of the .NET team responsible for these frameworks, we’ll learn how you can write .NET code that runs anywhere including Windows, Mac, Linux, Raspberry Pi, your phone, your watch, even your TV and refrigerator. We’ll also check out the Visual Studio 2017 Update 3 and its new productivity features.
Jeffrey T. Fritz is a senior program manager on MIcrosoft’s Azure Development Experiences group. He is a long time web developer with experience in large and small applications across a variety of verticals. His first book, ‘Learn ASP.NET 5 in 24 Hours’ is complete and will be available in early 2016. You can also learn from Jeffrey on Pluralsight, follow him on twitter @csharpfritz, and read his blogs at jeffreyfritz.com and blogs.msdn.com/b/webdev