NET Deep Dive – NuGet Package Manager



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Most programming languages have an associated package management system that helps find and install code libraries and their dependencies. For the .NET developer, NuGet is the official package manager. In this course, longtime .NET programmer Walt Ritscher looks at the NuGet integration within Visual Studio and the Visual Studio command line. Walt shows you how to install, update, and remove packages from .NET projects, as well as how to search the public NuGet Gallery and create private repositories for your team. He also details the process of creating and publishing custom packages. If you’re a .NET programmer, understanding the Visual Studio package management system is vital knowledge, so join Walt as he takes a deep dive into the NuGet package manager.


  • Walt Ritscher Senior Staff Instructor at LinkedIn Learning. Worldwide tech speaker.

    Walt Ritscher is a programmer, UI designer, and staff author at LinkedIn Learning.

    Walt’s enthusiasm for crafting software interfaces started early. Shortly after discovering how to move pixels around on a computer screen, he began devouring books on computer graphics and UI design. Before long, he was sharing his discoveries with other technology buffs, a lifelong pursuit that has led to teaching engagements at universities, private training companies, and the international conference circuit. As a consultant, Walt has worked with a wide variety of clients, including Microsoft, HP, and Intel. He is now a staff author at LinkedIn Learning, where his content team produces hundreds of technical training courses for software developers each year.

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