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Lance McCarthy talking about Maui, VS2022, community contributions and much more. Referenced sites and source: Twitter – https://twitter.com/lancewmccarthy Blog – https://dvlup.com/ Resources (see descriptions below) 1 https://github.com/LanceMcCarthy/CommonHelpers 2 https://github.com/LanceMcCarthy/DevOpsExamples 3 https://github.com/LanceMcCarthy/MediaFileManager 4 Bonus https://github.com/LanceMcCarthy/Flusher Resource 1 – CommonHelpers That is the CommonHelpers NuGet package I was referring to. … Continue reading
Mads Kristensen talks about all the goodness in Visual Studio 2022
Here are 12 utilities I use every day. They are in no particular order. I spend most of my day programming in Visual Studio 2019. #0 – Resharper. I’m so ambivalent about this add on for Visual Studio. On the … Continue reading
Presentation to the St. Pete’s user group
Mads comes back on show 200 (!) to talk about all things C# 10, which will be released November 2021.
Dan Clarke interviewed James World and me about Git and my new book, Git For Programmers. The podcast is here.
In this podcast the tables are turned, and I’m interviewed by Kate Strachni of Datacated .
I was interviewed on Datacated about Git. The video is here Thanks
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 … Continue 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 … 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.