The final day of the Build 2018 conference is here! I will tell you about the great and awesome sessions from day 3 and the final celebration in Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle!
Third article from my Build 2018 series focuses on day 2 of the conference. We will go through all the cool things from the first keynote, check out a few talks, get the best burger in Seattle and finish ourselves off with some yummy ice cream. Stay tuned!
Forking and opening a GitHub repo in Visual Studio is a matter of seconds. But how to keep your fork up-to-date easily, all within the Team Explorer window? All you need to do is to add the upstream remote. Navigate to your cloned fork in Team Explorer, click the title bar to reveal repository menu
NuGet is a great package manager, but sometimes it misbehaves and packages are either not properly downloaded or are not properly included in your project. Whenever you come across this, I recommend doing a force-reinstall of all packages. In Visual Studio go to Tools -> NuGet Package Manager -> Package Management Console . In the
Another year has come and with it the fourth annual on-line Microsoft Connect conference. Between 15th and 17th November you could watch the newest goodness from Microsoft for all developers on all platforms. Two main keynotes were dedicated to intelligent cloud and building intelligent applications of the future. Let’s see what Scott Guthrie (of course
Soon after the release of Visual Studio 2017, the Visual Studio Team Services team has added a Hosted VS2017 build agent that has support for all the latest and greatest technologies. Unfortunately although the build task with Visual Studio 2017 is itself present, the newest version of NuGet wasn’t added, yet. Fortunately, it is possible to use
Developers often encounter the need to run virtual machines using VirtualBox and Hyper-V-based mobile emulators on the same machine (for example Windows Mobile or Visual Studio Android Emulator). Unfortunately only one of the two can be enabled at once. The easiest solution is to create two boot entries and disable Hyper-V in one of them. CMD
The Builder pattern is very helpful in case you need to encapsulate and simplify creation of a complex object. Together with the fluent interface pattern it can result in a very nice API that can be a part of your library and is immediately clear and usable for other developers. Now what if we invite inheritance to the party?
Microsoft Virtual Academy is once agin hosting the “Know it. Prove it.” challenge in February 2016! This challenge gives you the chance to join thousands of others in the epic quest of learning a new tech topic in 29 days with the help of great courses and learning paths available on MVA website. So join