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The Year in Review for Microsoft Developers

What happened with .NET and Microsoft developer tech in 2022

It’s hard to pick just one theme from 2021. Quiet evolution? Open source controversies? A surprise operating system update that divided developers?

When I glance back, I’m surprised to see how much happened in just 365 days. Yes, if you’re looking for obvious…

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Insights into the .NET stack. Thought pieces about the craft of software development. Real advice for teaching kids to code. And a shot of humor.

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Matthew MacDonald

Matthew MacDonald

Teacher, coder, long-ago Microsoft MVP. Author of heavy books. Join Young Coder for a creative take on science and technology. Queries: matthew@prosetech.com

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