#122 Matt Warren, How the .NET Runtime Has Changed

Summary

Matt Warren discusses what considers to be the biggest changes to the .NET runtime over the past four years.

Details

Who he is, what he does. Why he’s interested in the runtime. Runtime vs base class libraries, cross platform. Just in Time compilation (JITing); tiered compilation, can boost speed of third party libraries. Monitoring and diagnostics. Spans, Tech Empower rating. Default interface methods. Unloading assemblies. Relationship between Framework and Core. Community involvement over the years.

Links

Matt’s twitter Matt’s post - Open Source .NET – 4 years later

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