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What sites discuss new technologies for the .NET Full Stack?

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No single web site will give you everything for the full-stack. It is so huge. Better find the product blogs and subscribe to their RSS feeds as well as many great bloggers on a variety of subjects. You can subscribe to a couple of aggregators like http://www.alvinashcraft.com/2016/11/23/dew-drop-november-23-2016-2370/
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The MSDN newsletter is probably a good one to subscribe to.
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How do I subscribe to their RRS feeds? I have an iPhone. Or is this done through my email?
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if you are doing .Net, you surely have a PC? Outlook can be used to subscribe to RSS feeds. Or my favorite is http://feedly.com/ using Chrome.
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http://blog.cwa.me.uk/ is another aggregator you can subscribe using RSS
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@Éric Moreau

if you are doing .Net, you surely have a PC?
Surely you've heard that you can develop (and run) .NET on Mac now?
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Yes. it was announced at Connect(). But by PC, I really meant Personal Computer, not only IBM compatible running Windows!
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I usually use Mac OS, but have Windows ruing under Parallels
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thanks
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