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In this podcast the tables are turned, and I’m interviewed by Kate Strachni of Datacated
A few weeks back we had Mads Torgersen on Yet Another Podcast. It is too good and too important to miss.
Following along from my previous blog post on rebasing, this post will cover interactive rebasing.
The first thing to know about interactive rebasing is that as far as the programmer is concerned it has nothing to do with rebasing. The principal purpose of Interactive Rebase is to clean up your commits before you push them to the server.
To see this at work, let’s create the world’s dumbest C# program. For this purpose I assume you have git installed along with Visual Studio 2019 and that you have an account on GitHub. If not, they are all free, so go get ’em and I’ll wait here.
All set? OK, let’s create a C# Console app called dumbApp on GitHubContinue reading
In celebration of my newest book: Git For Programmers I’m starting a short series of blog posts on some of the more interesting features of Git.
You already know Git
These posts assume you know what Version Control is and why you want it. I even assume you’ve been exposed to Git because Stack Overflow says 93% of programmers have. So these posts will be the fun stuff.
Let’s dive in to one of the most confusing aspect of Git for many programmers: Rebasing. When you say rebasing, many programmers run from the room pulling their hair and crying.
But Rebasing is really not that bad. In fact, it is pretty straight forward.
Let’s say you are working on a branch (you do your work on a branch, right??) and you want to merge the main into your branch to reduce the probability of conflicts later.
If your feature branch branched off of the latest commit from main, no problem, you do the merge, and Git will do a fast forward for you…Continue reading
Much is in .NET 5, much more is coming in .Net 6. Jeff and I explore all the new goodies.
Links will be posted soon.
Mark Price, author of C# 9 and .NET 5 – Modern Cross Platform Development comes on to talk about, well…C# 9 and .NET 5, and also modern cross Platform Development
In case you missed it, here is an aggregation of the five podcasts we’ve done on C# 9 recently.
Bill Wagner of the C# 9 Documentation team at Microsoft talks about changes and improvements to the Microsoft documentation as well as key features in C# 9
What’s new in C# 9: https://docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/csharp/whats-new/
Explore Record types: https://docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/csharp/whats-new/tutorials/records
Records reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/csharp/language-reference/builtin-types/record
Explore Pattern matching: https://docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/csharp/whats-new/tutorials/patterns-objects
Pattern matching tutorial: https://docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/csharp/tutorials/pattern-matching
Patterns reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/csharp/language-reference/operators/patterns
Old but gold…
* find the important things in Life, the Universe, and Everything
typedef short some; /* some things are short */
typedef some very; /* some things are very short */
#define A /* The first letter of the English Alphabet */
#define LINE 2 /* 2 points define a line */
#define TRUTH BEAUTY /* truth is beauty */
#define BEAUTY 10 /* and beauty is a 10 */
#define bad char /* burnt on both sides */
#define old char /* the great Chicago Fire */
#define get strlen /* during your life, try to get some sterling */
#define youmake float /* you make it, I’ll drink it */