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.NET Core Book Review on Morning Dew

Hello WinUI developers!

I just published a book review on my Morning Dew blog that may be of interest to my readers here. C# 8.0 and .NET Core 3.0 - Modern Cross-Platform Development is a new title by Mark Price from Packt Publishing. While it covers a broad range of .NET Core topics, there are chapters on both Xamarin and Windows Desktop application development.



Go check it out here!

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