The Perils of the Bleeding Edge in .NET Core

Let’s face it: as developers, many of us enjoy being on the leading — or, better — the bleeding edge of technology. Whether it’s because it’s fun to learn new things, or for bragging rights at the local user group, or because we want to keep our “career sword” sharpened, the bleeding edge is guaranteed to bring excitement to our days. Sure beats maintaining VB6 code.
But with that excitement comes the reason for the term “bleeding edge”; death by a thousand cuts.