Keep Up To Date With Microsoft's .NET Live TV
Written by Nikos Vaggalis   
Thursday, 26 November 2020

Microsoft has a new portal for all its .NET and Visual Studio live streams. While the original Twitch and YouTube channels aren't going away, .NET Live TV provides easy access to what's currently on offer.


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Microsoft had many live streams and educational material before this Live TV offering, but they were typically scattered across Twitch and YouTube channels. What this new portal does is to collect all those streams under one roof for much easier retrieval. Its main contribution is to organizes the streams by date as in Coming Soon or Recent broadcasts. Among the shows premiering there are:

  • Learning C# with CSharpFritz
    Jeff Fritz (csharpfritz) in this talk-show format that answers viewers questions and provides interactive samples with every episode.

  • On .NET Live
    Cecil Phillip hosts and interviews amazing .NET contributors from the .NET teams and the community.

  • Visual Studio Remote Office Hours
    A weekly show dedicated to the topic of working from home. Mads Kristensen from the Visual Studio team invites guests onto the show for conversations about anything and everything related to Visual Studio and working from home.

  • The .NET Docs Show
    David Pine, Scott Addie, Cam Soper, and more from the Developer Relations team at Microsoft each week as they highlight the amazing community members in the .NET community.

  • C# Corner with Instafluff
    Watch Instafluff (Raphael) each week coding on fun C# game related projects from his C# corner.

  • .NET Community Standup
    covering great community contributions for ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, Xamarin, Languages & Runtime, .NET Tooling, and .NET Desktop, Entity Framework, Machine learning and more.

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The launch of .NET Live TV, currently in Preview, signals yet another attempt by Microsoft to look after the developers around its ecosystem. First there were the revamped Microsoft Docs being organized and hosted on GitHub, then the educational Microsoft Learn platform and of course let's not forget the old timer, Channel 9.

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