Here's the October 2019 .NET Foundation update. Every month, we'll give you a quick overview of the .NET Open Source landscape, including top project news, events, community links and more.
This month's update includes:
- .NET Conf 2019
- .NET Conf Local Events
- .NET Foundation Project Updates
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.NET Conf 2019 is a wrap and it was the largest one yet all because of you and our wonderful community. THANK YOU! We had over 100,000 views, 77 live sessions, gave away $20,000 worth of prizes and best of all, .NET Core 3.0 is released! What a week.
Sessions are now available on demand so be sure to check out anything you missed. We're still processing and uploading some of the Day 3 sessions but most of them are ready. Some of the more popular sessions were the Keynote, C# 8.0, and Blazor. The decks and demos are up on GitHub for you to use in your presentations and Meetups.
Watch sessions on-demand on YouTube.
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.NET Conf Local Events
We had 228 .NET Conf Local Events this year with 15K+ estimated attendees!
.NET Foundation Project Updates
BenchmarkDotNet v0.12.0 has been released! .NET Core 3.1/.NET Framework 4.8 support, command-line templates, NativeMemoryProfiler, ThreadingDiagnoser, LINQPad 6 support, fast documentation search, and tons of other improvements! You can find more details in the official changelog.
From the Polly community this month:
Polly.Contrib.MutableBulkheadPolicy (github; nuget): provides a version of the classic Polly Bulkhead (parallel throttle) policy, for which the permitted parallelism can be adjusted while the policy is in use.
Orleans is a cross-platform framework for building distributed applications with .NET
Some of the headline changes since 2.0 are:
- Distributed ACID transactions — multiple grains can join a transaction regardless of where their state is stored
- A new scheduler, which alone increased performance by over 30% in some cases
- A new code generator based on Roslyn code analysis
- Rewritten cluster membership for improved recovery speed
- Co-hosting support via .NET Generic Host
- New networking layer with support for TLS, based on ASP.NET Bedrock
- Improved reliability and extensibility
- Many other improvements and fixes
Do you want to help an open-source project to grow and find more users? DotVVM is looking for Developer Advocates - a group of individuals that could help us with publishing articles and blog posts, speaking about DotVVM at conferences or community events, recording videos or doing any other activity that would contribute to sharing the DotVVM story to the broader community of .NET developers.
Our .NET Foundation sponsored .NET Meetup Pro groups are continuing to grow worldwide. Our meetups are a great place to get involved in your local community, especially now as so many are hosting .NET Conf Local Events! Here are some quick stats:
- 332 Groups (up 14 in the past month!)
- 62 Countries
- 255K Members (up 15K in the past month!)
Our .NET Meetup Pro group helps developers find your group, as well as get involved with local events like .NET Conf Local. If your meetup hasn't joined yet, you can right here.
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