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Tim Seaward
I write bug reports using animated gifs
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Tim Seaward May 17
Replying to @davidfowl
We often ask about a real problem we are having right now. Its a good one because it helps see if they might bring a new perspective to the team but we explain it's an issue we are having right now we don't pretend there is a wrong/right answer
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Tim Seaward May 14
Its mostly just Diacetyl
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Tim Seaward May 14
Replying to @JamesNK @davidfowl
Perfect thanks
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Tim Seaward May 14
Replying to @JamesNK @davidfowl
Sorry I meant that is fully supported in the .net aspnet server today... Just doing a spec out for a new trial system
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Tim Seaward May 14
Replying to @terrajobst @jchannon
How come I can't just pick .net core 2.2 or 3.0 and see how awesome it is?
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Tim Seaward May 14
Maybe or knows... Can today I do streaming results in GRPC to do say an innumerable of price ticks?
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Tim Seaward May 13
Replying to @DamianEdwards
We saw a phone box the other day, it took sometime to explain to Ms5 what it was. Final thought "I guess people don't need them now because if then need to they can use their mobile phone, when they aren't using it to look up things on the internet"
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Tim Seaward May 13
Correct and correct
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Tim Seaward May 13
Really how much of the logic of these places do you think is wcf and how much is c# code. Out of a recent 5m loc update I consulted on most was able to be made .net standard straight away. Wcf was less of a problem than covering some of the entity framework stuff to core
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Tim Seaward May 13
Yeah but if they are in maintain only they won't pay for anything to use wcf il... No budget
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Tim Seaward May 12
Then someone in that case has to give, if the devs can't make the case then they don't get the new features... My 2c I have done that fight and now wcf is almost gone for us and rapidly disappearing
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Tim Seaward May 12
I know a few very large ones that might not do the hard work of replacing wcf if it ran on dotnetcore ... Would they ever pay for the pleasure ... Unlikely
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Tim Seaward May 12
Replying to @reubenbond
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Tim Seaward May 12
Wcf client side is there (mostly) so you can consume soap/wcf you just can't make new servers, are people making new services with soap/wcf?
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Tim Seaward May 11
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Tim Seaward May 11
Also people who post to hacker news are a self selecting group, it's a terrible example. Most of my colleges are great normal people and don't do Twitter/hackernews etc
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Tim Seaward May 11
A lot of heavy wcf users in mega corps I have talked to are happy to keep what is there for now an slowly migrate away, and having wcf as a client only is fine for them. Who are these people needing .net core features but unwilling to move off wcf?
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Tim Seaward May 10
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Tim Seaward May 10
Replying to @reubenbond
Yes
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Tim Seaward May 10
You should all just pack-it up now.
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