Enforce the use of a specific .NET Core version using Roslyn

In these past few years Microsoft has kept a steady flow of new .NET Core versions: .NET Core 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 and so on and so forth. If you have hundreds of applications in your company, it’s almost impossible to keep them updated to the most recent version of the framework, so most probably you’re going to end up having multiple versions running at the same time. When trying to choose which versions are you going to support in your company a factor to consider is that only a few of those versions are long-time support (LTS).
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Create and host a blog with Hugo and GitHub Pages in less than 30 minutes

Do you want to start a blog and don’t want to lose a lot of time setting everything up? That was exactly my thought! I wanted to build a blog to write about my ramblings, but I didn’t want to spend long hours settings things up. After doing a little of research about what options are available nowadays I found that Hugo could be a good fit. What’s Hugo? Hugo is a static HTML and CSS website generator, it is written in Golang and it relies on markdown files and I like how few steps you need to do to have a site ready to rock.
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