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.NET: IHostedService – hosting services inside any .NET process

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/31

Have any service related stuff implement IHostedService, so it is easy to deploy it in all kinds of processes:

  • console to test
  • windows service
  • ASP.NET Core service
  • Linux host application

Peter Groenewegen ([WayBackpgroene (Peter Groenewegen) · GitHub; [WayBack] { Think Rethink }) has some great examples and blog articles at [WayBack] IHostedService – { Think Rethink }:

Background information:

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.NET Core 2.0 reaches end of life, no longer supported by Microsoft | Packt Hub

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/11

Just in case you were using .NET Core 2.0: it is EOL now, so you should have switched to the .NET Core 2.1 which is LTS (Long Time Stable).

[WayBack] .NET Core 2.0 reaches end of life, no longer supported by Microsoft | Packt Hub

.NET Core 2.1 was released towards the end of May 2018 and .NET Core 2.1 reached EOL on October 1. This was supposed to happen on September 1 but was pushed by a month since users experienced issues in upgrading to the newer version.

.NET Core 2.1 is a long-term support (LTS) release and should be supported till at least August 2021. It is recommended to upgrade to and use .NET Core 2.1 for your projects. There are no major changes in the newer version.

.NET Core 2.0 is no longer supported and updates won’t be provided. The installers, zips and Docker images of .NET Core 2.0 will still remain available, but they won’t be unsupported. Downloads for 2.0 will still be accessible via the Download Archives. However, .NET Core 2.0 is removed from the microsoft/dotnet repository README file. All the existing images will still be available in that repository.

via [WayBack] – Lars Fosdal – Google+


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On my research list: TensorFlow from other languages

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/25

On my research list as it pointed me to TensorFlow imports from both .NET and Delphi: [WayBackFixed by Code: Using TensorFlow™ with Delphi – or how to use a TStack<T> to simulate a RPN calculator.

Links from it:

I like the demo there, as I’ve done RPN calculator with some modeling tools before which makes for a good demo, and it reminds me of the HP 12C financial calculator my dad used to have.

If you like more TensorFlow, then watch the video I linked before:  “Large-Scale Deep Learning with TensorFlow,” Jeff Dean – YouTube


Older conversion try: [WayBack] Converting the TensorFlow C++ headers to object pascal. It has this empty struct defined.typedef struct TF_Tensor TF_Tensor;Think it converts to obj… – Eli M – Google+


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Visual Studio Code direct download links

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/14

Visual Studio Code download links:



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More on new .NET path handling – Jeremy Kuhne’s Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/07

When it was at the age natural people are allowed to drive in the USA, the .NET framework behaved far less brain dead handling various (especially long or strange) paths: [WayBackMore on new .NET path handling – Jeremy Kuhne’s Blog.

Path handling has frustrated me in many development environments, so I wonder if ones that are beyond the (USA) legal age of drinking follow.


via: [WayBack] Some time ago, the .net developers finally saw sense and removed path normalization and long path limit code in System.IO… Does anybody know if Embarcadero have come to their senses… – David Heffernan – Google+

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