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Volte, and its Actual Future This Time.

Volte, and its Actual Future This Time.

I am indecisive. That much should be obvious. First it was Volte V4 in C#, and then V4 in Kotlin. Except now I'm scrapping both.
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Evan Husted

.NET Foundation & The next stage for Silk.NET

.NET Foundation & The next stage for Silk.NET

The times they are a changin' around these hereparts. We've got a lot of stuff planned for Silk.NET over the coming months, and I wanted
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Dylan Perks

Managing Director at Ultz. Maintainer of Silk.NET. Member of .NET Foundation and British Computer Society.

Generating an entire library: An introduction to BuildTools

Generating an entire library: An introduction to BuildTools

We've been doing a lot of blog posts on one of our new and shiny components of Silk.NET, our source generator SilkTouch, however you may
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Dylan Perks

Managing Director at Ultz. Maintainer of Silk.NET. Member of .NET Foundation and British Computer Society.

Announcing Silk.NET 2.0: The Largest Update To Date

Announcing Silk.NET 2.0: The Largest Update To Date

Source generators, .NET Foundation membership, mobile support, and a whole lot of bindings. There's something for everyone in Silk.NET 2.0, the largest Silk.NET update to date. Find out what's new in 2.0!
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Dylan Perks

Managing Director at Ultz. Maintainer of Silk.NET. Member of .NET Foundation and British Computer Society.

Silk.NET 2.0 Preview 5: The Final Preview

Silk.NET 2.0 Preview 5: The Final Preview

Bug fixes, improvements, 2.0's release date, and more. Go live with 2.0 Preview 5 - the last Silk.NET 2.0 preview before its full release date and the encapsulation of all bug reports and feedback on 2.0 given to date.
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Dylan Perks

Managing Director at Ultz. Maintainer of Silk.NET. Member of .NET Foundation and British Computer Society.