After spending more than a year in development, Microsoft finally announced .NET 6 to the world on November 8th, 2021. The rollout is Microsoft’s biggest yet in the software development software domain. It is the last part of the .NET unification program, envisioned by Microsoft at the time of .NET 5. It unifies the SDK, base libraries, and runtime across various app platforms.
.NET has emerged as one of the most popular development platforms in recent times. And rightly so! The inherent versatility, ease of use, and multi-functional nature of .NET make it an ideal solution for most kinds of software and web projects.
NET, a software development framework is an incredible creation by Microsoft that perfectly fits its ultimate goal “One platform for all languages.” As of now, the platform supports more than 50 languages including both functional and object-oriented. Out of all, the two most important are C# and VB.NET.
Machine Learning and Artificial Learning are not the new kids on the block anymore. Quite surprisingly, they have become the most liked dudes in the town, and it seems that they are here to take over the entire globe.
.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!
NET 5.0 is a principal release, including C # 9 and F # 5 – with a wide range of new functions and impressive improvements. Teams at Microsoft and other companies have already actively used it in production and for performance monitoring. These teams share great results with us that show the performance improvement or cost reduction for their web applications.