Real Question: Is .NET 4.6.2 Legacy?

I recently received a question from a former colleague regarding the .NET Framework they were using for their application. The question was: should we regard .NET 4.6.2 as legacy? The question that follows from this is: should we make the effort of moving to a newer version or to .NET Core? Even if you're not using .NET, this post may still be relevant to you, because you can apply the thinking to your application and framework. The Support Lifecycle One thing any company should check is the support lifecycle of the framework they're using. This is important…

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Refactoring Explained: What and Why
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Refactoring Explained: What and Why

In any project, there quickly arises a need for what we call refactoring. This is especially true in legacy projects. But what do we mean by refactoring exactly, and why is it so important? Refactoring: New Wine in Old Bottles? Wikipedia defines refactoring as follows: Code refactoring is the process of restructuring existing computer code—changing the factoring—without changing its external behavior. Refactoring improves nonfunctional attributes of the software. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_refactoring So what this means is that developers change the underlying structure of the code, i.e. change the implementation, of existing features and functionality. But those existing features and…

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