If you aren’t aware, Kraken is my personal class library that I’ve been using since the early days of .NET. It has evolved over the years to support new featuers as .NET and my needs have changed. The entire source code is available on Github and I have recently been pushing builds to NuGet. Prior to that I ran my own private NuGet server where I hosted the packages and used them in my projects. Now that .NET Standard 2.0 is out and my company is looking at moving to .NET Core it is time for me to upgrade Kraken to .NET Standard. I’m going to document that process here because I think my upgrade path is going to be very similar for others.