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Category Archives: Essentials
We’ve covered the essential parts of git, but not the useful utilitarian commands. Today we’ll focus on one of the most flexible: Log
Rebasing OK, don’t panic. I know that rebasing has a very scary reputation, but it is actually pretty straight forward. Before we begin, please note that rebasing has very little to do with Interactive Rebasing covered in part 3 of … Continue reading
This is the third in a series about Git Merging Branches Last we left off you had committed a number of times to a branch. Now it is time to merge that branch back into main. As noted in the … Continue reading
This is the second in a series on Git. Work flow I’m not happy with the description of the workflow in the previous posting. It isn’t wrong, it is just a bit oversimplified. Let’s look at the workflow that you’ll … Continue reading
This is the first in a series of posts about Git. Let’s start at the beginning as Humpty Dumpty so wisely advised Alice. What is Git? — Git is a version control system. A version control system is a program … Continue reading
This is a repost from 2009. It talks about breast cancer, but applies equally well to Covid testing, given the high percentage of false positives (not to mention the more worrisome false negatives). We simply are not wired well for … Continue reading
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The amazing James Montemagno of Xamarin/Microsoft has done it again. He has created an incredibly simple cache, named MonkeyCache, that you can get up and running very quickly. In this post I will walk through setting up and using the … Continue reading
Suppose you have a collection of items and you want to display them in a ListView (Xamarin.Forms). The catch is that you want to change the display of each item depending on its state or some other code-based attributes. At … Continue reading
Jared Parsons – lead of the C# Compiler Team at Microsoft C# 9 Roadmap Jared – LinkedIn Welcome to C# 9
Quite often we want to send an alert from the view model, but you can only do so from the view. We’ve tackled this problem in the past but we think there is room for a simplified and clear step … Continue reading