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!
After a long delay a second entry in my series of Build 2018 blogposts. I will tell you how to get to be the first in line for the keynote, how Azure is getting more important, how AI is the new big thing and how to get yourself a brand new Surface Book 2. Read
After missing out for two years on Microsoft Build I was lucky enough to get an irresistible offer from the Mixed Reality team at Microsoft to join this year’s developer conference in Seattle and naturally I seized this opportunity without second thoughts. This post summarizes the pre-event days – Saturday and Sunday before the show.
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
Channel9 hosted a Widows Community Standup on February 22 featuring Kevin Gallo and Andrew Whitechapel. The three main topics that were discussed were UWP Console applications, multi-instance apps and broader file access. You can watch the recording on Channel9 or right here. If you just want to get a quick peek at the news, read
The CalendarView control in UWP is one of the many useful building blocks that will help you create your app easily. The control itself is quite customizable. But what if you want to customize the numbers for individual days in month? We will explore this question in this article.
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