And No, It Wasn't Much Fun
by JamesQMurphy | December 28, 2019
Scott Hanselman did it. Rick Strahl did it. So I guess I needed to do it as well -- and, of course, blog about it. Yep, it was time to put aside the normal development work and upgrade my ASP .NET Core 2.2 site to .NET Core 3.1.
And with good reason; .NET Core 2.2 has officially reached end-of-support status, which means that Microsoft will no longer release patch updates for .NET Core 2.2. .NET Core 3.0 awaits the same fate on March 23, 2020. But .NET Core 3.1 is a Long-Term Support (LTS) version, which means it will be supported for three years.