Martin Smelt

Release .Net9 november ?

Microsoft said it would focus on cloud-native and intelligent app development in .NET 9. The next iteration of the open-source framework is expected to be released in November at the .NET Conf 2024. More: Microsoft plans to focus on cloud-native fundamentals, such as runtime performance and application monitoring, and provide streamlined pathways to widely used production infrastructure through .NET Aspire, which …

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Microsoft Migrates a Real-Time Service to .NET Core for Performance Gains

Microsoft migrated the real-time co-authoring service in the Microsoft Office suite of applications from .NET Framework 4.7.2 to .NET 7 last year. They achieved 30% CPU reduction, 60% memory reduction, and 50% API latency reduction compared to the original service. The service, known as Real-Time Channel (RTC) in Office, powers the simultaneous editing and collaboration inside Office documents, whether in desktop or web …

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James Montmagno bevestigt FUTURETECH 2024

James Montmagno van Microsoft bevestigt zijn komst naar de FutureTech 2024.  En daar zijn wij als SDN best trots op. James zal een Keynote geven tijdens de FutureTech Conferentie van 17 April as in de Jaarbeurs te Utrecht. Title: The AI, Cloud-Native, Run Anywhere Future of .NET .NET is vast, open, constantly growing, and has an ever-evolving ecosystem that millions …

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