Welcome to the second edition of the newsletter for March - the next newsletter will be sent out on April 2nd so look out for that.
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This episode was released on March 8th, 2019 and was a conversation with Russell Hammett about what Orleans is and how you can use it to build high-scale apps, without the need to learn and apply complex concurrency or other scaling patterns.
Check out the show notes at: Episode 21 - Orleans with Russell Hammett](https://dotnetcore.show/episode-21-orleans-with-russell-hammett/).
This episode will be published to Patreon supporters a few days ahead of the “regular” RSS feed - the patreon release date will be March 20th, whereas the release date for everyone else will be March 22nd). So if you’d like to hear future episodes early, you can become a Patreon supporter.
In this episode of The .NET Core podcast we talk to Matt Koch about the NUKE build automation system. Matt describes himself as is a lover of clean code, API design and software architecture. He started with NUKE in 2017 while looking for the perfect build system for one of his open-source projects.
As of sending this email out, the interview with Matt hasn’t been released yet, but will be available on March 22nd, 2019 at 12:30 GMT.
Once it has been released, you’ll be able to check out the show notes at: Episode 22 - NUKE with Matt Koch.
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One of the most important steps for migrating from .NET Framework (or ASP.NET Framework) to .NET Core (or any of the other .NET platforms) is migrating as much of your business logic over to .NET Standard compatible libraries. This blog post, by the one and only Rocky Lhotka, is particularly helpful in pointing out not just the hows, but the whys too.
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