.NET Annotated Monthly | December 2020
Here we are, at the end of 2020. Many around the world are entering their peak of the holiday season, so happy holidays to you! We at JetBrains hope you stay safe, healthy, and happy through 2021 and beyond. This month in computing history reveals the first PhD granted in the field of Computer Science, in 1965. Richard L. Wexelblat earned the title at the University of Pennsylvania, the home of the ENIAC. Fast forward to 1982 and TIME Magazine has awarded this distinction to the Personal Computer. .NET news There's not a lot of news, but the .NET news that did happen in November was huge! It
.NET Annotated Monthly | October 2020
A little bit of October's computing history: In 2001, Microsoft released Windows XP! Thank goodness for the chance to get away from Windows 98 & ME. Meanwhile, Apple was busy working on consumer products and had released the iPod. .NET news .NET Foundation All Hands - The .NET Foundation is holding its first ever public All Hands meeting. Guess who's hosting it? That's right, yours truly! Join in on October 13, ask questions and see what's going on in the world of .NET! Repo experience survey results NET Core Releases and Support Highlights The future of .NET Standard Announcing .NET 5.0
.NET Annotated Monthly | September 2020
This month in computing history: The first instance of a computer bug was found in September 1947. It's called a bug because when this happened, it was a moth that wandered into the machine and caused the glitch. This is possibly now the world's most famous insect. Check out the log report in the link with the moth taped to the paper. It was called a log report because they didn't have bug reports yet. And it was on paper - they were made from actual logs at that time. (more…)
Rider 2020.1 Is Released!
Hello everyone, We’ve published Rider 2020.1 today! Let’s talk about the most important updates we have for you in this release. The backend runs on .NET Core runtime Finally, the backend runs on .NET Core runtime by default on macOS and Linux, instead of the Mono runtime. Moving to .NET Core runtime delivers noticeable performance improvements, a lower memory footprint, and multithreaded NuGet restore. (more…)