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Know about the Industry of Software Outsourcing India

The industry of software outsourcing India is growing bigger and bigger. Outsourcing is a service that connects one company or individual with another. The purpose can be anything but most of the cases it is about manufacturing. 437 more words

How Software Outsourcing India will Prove Beneficial to Everyone?

The main question which pops into people’s minds, especially the ones positioning their business abroad, is why hire when you can outsource for software by almost half the price? 475 more words

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Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3 Release Notes

Release Date: August 18, 2017 – Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3.1

Issues Fixed in August 18, 2017 Release

These are the customer-reported issues addressed in this version:

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.NET Core 2.0 and ASP.NET Core 2.0 Released

Been busy past couple of weeks, but if like me you are catching up… on 14th Aug, Microsoft released .NET Core 2.0, including ASP.NET Core 2.0… 103 more words

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Latest Visual Studio 2017 Update (version 15.2)

You can grab the latest Visual Studio 2017 update now (version 15.2) and view the release notes at https://www.visualstudio.com/en-gb/news/releasenotes/vs2017-relnotes#15.1.26430.16 which was released on 17th July 2017.

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Amazon brings .Net Core support to AWS Cloud

Re-post from http://opensourceforu.com/2017/07/amazon-brings-net-core-support-aws-cloud/

Encouraging developers to massively build cross-platform applications, Amazon has added .Net Core support to its AWS Cloud services. The series that has been upgraded with the new support includes the AWS CodeStar and AWS CloudBuild services.

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Re-blog: C# Version History: Examining the Language Past and Present

Please note I am not the author of this blog post, it is a re-blog, please visit original article at https://blog.ndepend.com/c-versions-look-language-history/

I still remember my first look at C# in the early 2000s.   1,556 more words

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