A little over a month ago at Build, Microsoft announced a new Windows Terminal. For the adventurous among us, it has been available on Github since then for you to clone and build on your own computer and try out.
For the rest of us, the good news is that Microsoft has now released preview builds on the Windows Store to install and play with.
Matt Mitchell talks about how the .NET Core team’s build, test and release infrastructure has evolved over the past 3 years as they consolidated the tooling and infrastructure used by the various teams.
OK, this is not really about ASP.NET Core, but it is exciting nevertheless and something that may be relevant. Scott looks at new capabilities being added to .NET Core 3 that will allow you to create completely self-contained executables that won’t require pre-installed dependencies.
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