I knew that I wanted to move this application to .NET 6, as it would be the new LTS version, and I was foregoing several dependency updates. In particular, there was one dependency that was still based on .NET Framework that was giving me concern. It never made the jump to .NET Standard, so I worried about future compatibility. It was during the amazing Visual Studio 2021 launch video, I saw mention of the .NET upgrade assistant. Now - I feel like a fool because this tool has been around for a while, but it was getting an update to support .NET 6. Maybe this was the tool that would help us go live with .NET 6?
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