Here’s the October edition of the .NET Foundation newsletter. 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 newsletter includes:
News from .NET Foundation member projects
Visual Studio Live keynote
.NET Meetup news
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.NET Foundation Project News
NUnit Framework 3.11.0 Release
NUnit framework 3.11.0 was released this month, including the features highlighted in last month’s newsletter. NUnit VSTest adapter 3.11.0 was just released also! One of the fixes is that Mono.Cecil will no longer be overwritten in the test project, unblocking the testing of code that depends on Mono.Cecil. The NUnit team is considering dropping the .NET Framework 2.0 build of NUnit in the next release. We are eager to hear from anyone who may be affected—please join the discussion at https://github.com/nunit/nunit/issues/3070. Thank you!
DNN Summit is coming up in February 2019 with Jon Galloway as the keynote speaker!
Windows Community Toolkit 5.0
The Windows Community Toolkit graduated to version 5.0. This update introduces the WindowsXamlHost control and wrapped UWP controls for WPF and Windows Forms, new TabView control for UWP, and Weibo .NET Standard service. Read more here.
Visual Studio Live! San Diego Keynote
.NET Foundation Secretary Beth Massi and Executive Director Jon Galloway presented a keynote at Visual Studio Live! San Diego titled .NET Today and Tomorrow on October 9. Visual Studio Magazine did a great write-up of the keynote – take a look!
Thanks @dramel for the awesome writeup on @VSMdev featuring our #VSLive Keynote from @BethMassi and @jongalloway – check it out! #microsoft #dotnet #developertraining https://t.co/yu8UGLg7cq pic.twitter.com/UJGEnqGZww
— Visual Studio Live! (@VSLive) October 10, 2018
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