Although several modes were available on the Functions platform, the introduction of the .NET Core 3.1 opens up new opportunities for developers, considering how scalable and popular .NET has been since its inception. For thousands of developers proficient in .NET Core 3.1, creating the aforementioned type of stand alone functions has become easier than ever. In a blog post detailing the change, Google added that Visual Basic and F# support is brought to Functions and the .NET addition. “Were...

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