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  1. A .NET library to run C# code in parallel on the GPU through DX12 and dynamically generated HLSL compute shaders, with the goal of making GPU computing easy to use for all .NET developers! 🚀

    C# 1.3k 63

  2. A TensorFlow-inspired neural network library built from scratch in C# 7.3 for .NET Standard 2.0, with GPU support through cuDNN

    C# 426 69

  3. The Windows Community Toolkit is a collection of helpers, extensions, and custom controls. It simplifies and demonstrates common developer tasks building UWP and .NET apps for Windows 10. The toolk…

    C# 4.6k 1.2k

  4. The fastest and most memory efficient binary serialization library for .NET Standard 2.1, powered by dynamic IL generation

    C# 229 19

  5. .NET Community Toolkit is a collection of helpers and APIs that work for all .NET developers and are agnostic of any specific UI platform. The toolkit is part of the .NET Foundation.

    C# 293 5

  6. A complete and full-featured Brainf_ck IDE/console for Windows 10 (UWP), with a high-performance REPL interpreter

    C# 34 5

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December 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Reviewed 4 pull requests in 3 repositories
CommunityToolkit/dotnet 2 pull requests
CommunityToolkit/WindowsCommunityToolkit 1 pull request
microsoft/CsWinRT 1 pull request
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