I have them (3), and I can now use the Internet in a downstairs room I never used to, and can use my nintendo switch in the attic room.
15 posts • joined 26 Nov 2018
This ignores the entire reason for the fault, namely Boeing tried to squeeze a giant engine on the plane so they could cut costs and pretend it's the same plane to avoid costly accreditation.
At the same time deliver a plane so unstable that software has to be used to keep it level. This might be OK for the eu fighter jet, but no other civil aircraft, I think, had this failing.
Oh, for this to be Windows then they could be done for restricting the market.
Maybe if they made VS as nice to use with Core (for example, EF by database first or the myriad of front-end gui stuff that requires you to use a command line in Core) or added features to Core people want (like lazy loading of data in EF), possibly made it simpler to deploy a website to IIS, more will move.
The thing is, a lot of the nice features of Visual Studio only work with framework and not core (for example the whole visual element of entity framework, database first EF, etc) and a lot of functionality is missing from core (for example sticking with EF, and maybe it's in 3.0 I don't know, lack of lazy loading).