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It’s been over a year and a half since #Microsoft first announced the open source .NET Core project, which aims to bring the core parts of @Microsoft ’s .NET framework (and its cousin, the web-focused ASP.NET Core) to #Linux, #OSX and other operating systems that the company didn’t previously support. As Microsoft announced today, .NET Core and ASP.NET Core have now hit 1.0. #Linux

More than 18,000 developers from 1,300 companies have contributed to .NET Core 1.0, Microsoft says, and notes that this new version also includes the release of the .NET Standard Library, which will make it easier for developers to “reuse their code and skills for applications that run on servers, the cloud, desktops and across any device including #Windows, #iOS and #Android.”

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