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Versioning. Here we are. Again.

Over the years I have always worked hard to make versioning a foundational piece of every CI / CD solution I’ve setup. Reliable, logical versioning becomes key to long-term maintenance and troubleshooting efforts, and whatever you can do to make it a “no-brainer” is worth it (your future self will thank you).

The move to .Net Core changed the way a few items work in the .Net world, including versioning, and besides, I am always looking for ways to make versioning easier.

So here’s my cheat-sheet for versioning your solutions. It won’t suit all application types, but for my use case (.Net Web Apps) it works just fine. It will work with VSTS and newer TFS versions too.

I haven’t tested on VB projects, but this should work for them just as easily as C#.

NET Core: Setup Your Project File

Versioning has been simplified…

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