Roundup #47: Elastic APM, Miguel de Icaza, Microsoft.FeatureManagement, .NET Core 3 Progress

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Here are the things that caught my eye recently in .NET.  I’d love to hear what you found most interesting this week.  Let me know in the comments or on Twitter.

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Elastic APM .NET Agent beta Released

We are proud to announce the beta release of the Elastic APM .NET agent! The version number of this release is 1.0.0-beta1.

Back in February we announced the alpha release of the .NET APM agent. We received very positive feedback from the community, and we managed to attract lots of users already in this very early stage. Our base NuGet package reached around 20,000 downloads.


Careers Behind the Code: Building Careers and Companies with Open Source with Miguel de Icaza

In this episode, we talk to Miguel de Icaza, Distinguished Engineer about his career building open source software, founding companies, and building communities.



In a recent .NET Community Standup, a new library was introduced that’s being built by the Azure team – Microsoft.FeatureManagement. In this post, I give a brief introduction to the library and how to use it in an ASP.NET Core app. This post just covers the basics – in later posts I’ll show some of the ASP.NET Core-specific features, as well as how to create custom feature filters.


.NET Core 3.0 Progress


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