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NET 6: First with Long-Term Support in New Series

Posted on December 22nd, 2021.

NuGet Packages are more complex than they appear and have unintended consequences. Read our article to learn how to mitigate them.

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4 Questions to Ask Before Migrating to .NET 6

Posted on November 29th, 2021.

.NET 6 released in November 2021, but users of .NET Framework may be concerned about the risk of migrating. Use these 4 questions to start your migration.

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4 FAQs about .NET LTS

Posted on November 26th, 2021.

An explainer article to help you know if you should upgrade to the latest .NET minor and/or patch, and if you should use multiple .NETs for multiple apps.

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Five Steps to Prepare for a .NET 8 Migration

Posted on November 23rd, 2021.

Start migrating from .NET Framework or .NET Core with a assessment. We wrote a list of 5 steps to help any developer prepare for migration to .NET 6.

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4 Alternatives to Windows Workflow Foundation

Posted on October 11th, 2021.

Windows Workflow Foundation is not supported in .NET 6, but it still functions. Now is the time to plan for a WF alternative before it's too late.

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Migrating Webforms to Microservices

Posted on August 3rd, 2021.

.NET 6 is coming and if you were looking for a sign to migrate your monolith applications to microservices this is it.

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Gone But Not Forgotten: The Deprecated Technologies of .NET5+

Posted on March 5th, 2021.

Have you started planning your .NET 5 migration? Don’t wait until end-of-life: Planning will help make your journey to .NET 5 as painless as possible.

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The .NET 5 Research Roadmap

Posted on January 9th, 2021.

Now may NOT be the right time to migrate to .NET 5. But it IS the right time to begin researching. Learn how to plan your .NET 5+ research roadmap.

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Windows Workflow Foundation: Time to Move On?

Posted on January 8th, 2021.

Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) doesn't port to .NET 5+, but it will function for years to come. But should you stick with it?

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Use CI/CD to Maintain Legacy Web Forms Applications

Posted on December 16th, 2020.

Your ASP.NET Web Forms apps are probably best left on .NET Framework. But you can still benefit from the .NET 5+ mindset. Maintain Web Forms with CI/CD.