.NET Core 3.0 and some supporting libraries, such as Entity Framework Code 3.0, is being launched at the online .NET Conf conference this week. As a .NET developer, you should have a myriad of questions: What benefits does .NET Core 3.0 provide compared to .NET Core 2.x or the full .NET Framework? Should you wait or start upgrading right away? Are DevExpress controls ready to be used in the .NET Core 3.0 environment?
Without further ado, let me explain where we are, and what we're doing with .NET Core 3.0.