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What’s new in .NET 6 Preview 1? Things you need to know

A couple of months ago Microsoft announced .NET 5 release as the first step to achieve .NET unification. Microsoft’s goal is to have a single set of tools, APIs, and languages you can use across multiple platforms. On February 17th the tech giant announced a release of a .NET 6 Preview 1 as the next step of a big .NET utilization plan.

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Difference Between .NET Core and .NET Framework

.NET has been one of the most popular software development frameworks for several years now. While the framework touted by Microsoft has withstood the test of time, one must appreciate the evolution of .NET as a development framework, and the range of .NET benefits offered by it.

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.NET Framework – difference between Finalize and Dispose Methods

.NET framework provides two distinct ways of freeing up the unmanaged resources – Finalize & Dispose. In this article, we are going to discuss all the details about these two methods, the similarities and differences between them, and how using these can improve the efficiency of the program in .NET. So without much adieu, let’s get straight into it!

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.NET 5.0: Preview 8.

Microsoft has released .NET 5 preview. The eighth preview version has almost all the main functions, and some of them will refer to the next release candidates and, of .NET 5.0 course, to the major release in November. The provisional date is November 10th.

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Introducing .NET Core

.NET Core is a modular implementation that can be used in a wide variety of verticals, scaling from the data center to touch based devices, is available as open source, and is supported by Microsoft on Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. Lets go into a bit more detail of how .NET Core looks like and how it addresses the issues discussed earlier.

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