Two of my colleagues at INNOQ are starting a Go user group for the Rhein-Ruhr area of Germany. The kick off with an introduction to the Go language will be on Monday May the 20th at the Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf.

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Over the past 15 months or so I've enjoyed mentoring Apache PLC4X while it was incubating at the ASF. This has been an easy task and I'm really happy to see how the community has developer over time. The time has come and PLC4X has graduated - see the official announcement.

PLC4X provides a common access model for interacting with programmable logic controllers bridging an ever growing number of (propriatory) protocols. While it all started in Java land, support for other platforms and languages is on the way.

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This release is identical to XMLUnit.NET 2.7.0-beta-01. It adds support for .NET Standard 2.0 in addition to the traditional .NET Framework 3.5.

Many thanks to @shatl who performed most of the heavy lifting which has made this release possible.

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This is the very first release of XMLUnit.NET that supports .NET Standard 2.0 in addition to the traditional .NET Framework 3.5. Only the build process and the nuget packages have changed, there is no other difference between this release and XMLUnit.NET 2.6.0. If you don't need support for .NET Standard there is no reason to upgrade.

This release has been labeled beta as the packaging needs more thorough testing by the community.

Many thanks to @shatl who performed most of the heavy lifting which has made this release possible.

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This release mainly fixes interop problems with more recent AssertJ versions and the Java module system.

The full list of changes is:

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