Published on 17 February 2017
We are starting to move away from .NET 2.
Almost 12 years passed since version 2.0 was released and a lot have changed since then. Microsoft keeps improving the framework and the C# language. And with all the new features and improvements we no longer can justify the use of the outdated version of the framework.
The roadmap is as follows:
So, basically, we will fix bugs in .NET 2 version for a year more. We will drop any support for .NET versions earlier than .NET 4.0 in February 2018.
We believe most of our customers already use .NET 4 or newer, so the move won’t bring trouble to anyone.