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  1. Assists in performing Roslyn-based code generation during a build.

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  2. IronPigeon is a decentralized communication protocol that provides high confidentiality and authenticity for the messages.

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  3. Specialized .NET Streams and pipes for full duplex in-proc communication, web sockets, and multiplexing

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  4. Platform crypto for portable libraries

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  6. Method input validation and runtime checks that report errors or throw exceptions when failures are detected.

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Contribution activity

January 2021

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in microsoft/vs-streamjsonrpc that received 1 comment

Fix logging of bound methods

+4 −1 1 comment
Reviewed 27 pull requests in 9 repositories
microsoft/vs-threading 8 pull requests
microsoft/CsWin32 6 pull requests
dotnet/pinvoke 3 pull requests
microsoft/vs-streamjsonrpc 3 pull requests
microsoft/RichCodeNavIndexer 2 pull requests
dotnet/roslyn 2 pull requests
dotnet/Nerdbank.GitVersioning 1 pull request
AArnott/Library.Template 1 pull request
microsoft/vs-validation 1 pull request

Created an issue in dotnet/pinvoke that received 8 comments

New Source Generator based approach to getting all the Win32 methods and types you need

As announced in Making Win32 APIs More Accessible to More Languages, the Microsoft Windows SDK team now delivers a machine-readable metadata file t…

8 comments
Opened 66 other issues in 11 repositories
microsoft/win32metadata
24 open 8 closed
microsoft/CsWin32
11 open 12 closed
dotnet/roslyn
1 closed 2 open
microsoft/VSSDK-Analyzers
1 open
dotnet/roslyn-analyzers
1 open
dotnet/msbuild
1 open
dotnet/docs
1 closed
dotnet/roslyn-sdk
1 open
dotnet/wpf
1 closed
dotnet/runtime
1 closed
AArnott/Nerdbank.Streams
1 open
1 contribution in private repositories Jan 6

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