Formalized Versioning

Phil Haack did a post about SemVer 2.0, a formal specification for public API versioning. I think it’s a novel idea as it puts a name and formal structure to what a lot of dev shops I know have been doing. It also allows packaging tools to standardize, like the work Phil talks about with NuGet.

I have added “integrating SemVer and NuGet into CI” to my very long list of things to do for my main side project. That list just keeps on growing.

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