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Interactive Debugging with Visual Studio Code & .NET Core 1.0 RC2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Hopefully you caught the ".NET on RHEL Sneak Peek" webinar by my good friends Burr Sutter (@BurrSutter) and Don Schenck (@DonSchenck) the other day. This was using some pre-RC2 bits from a reasonably stable nightly build, although that build was lacking some features.

Well, things are evolving fast and while RC2 is still not here yet, things are improving dramatically each and every day.

At the same time, things are evolving in the tools space -- Visual Studio Code 1.0 is now out, and it includes RPMs so it's easy to install and update within Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and other RPM-based Linux distributions.

So, without further ado, here's it in action:

What to try it yourself? Register for a free Red Hat Developers account to get RHEL at no cost, and then follow these instructions.

And remember, RedHatLoves.NET!

Interactive Debugging with Visual Studio Code & .NET Core 1.0 RC2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
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