One Dev Question – Can you use Git in VSCode?

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In this One Dev Question series on Visual Studio Code, Chris Heilmann (@codepo8), Ramya Achutha Rao (@ramyanexus), Peng Lyu (@njukidreborn), and Daniel Imms (@Tyriar) answer questions about VS Code, a lightweight but powerful source code editor which runs on your desktop and is available for Windows, macOS and Linux.  To learn more and to download […]

Top .NET Tutorials in 2018

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Visual Studio Magazine’s stable of expert programmers this year wrote code-laden, hands-on tutorials ranging from traditional topics such as ASP.NET MVC to cutting-edge Blazor to Microsoft’s new direction: .NET Core. Here’s a recap of the most popular how-tos. Top .NET Tutorials in 2018 Source: Visual Studio News

Best Practices for User Interface Automation | The Xamarin Show

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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Sweeky Satpathy, Software Engineer on the Mobile Customer Advisory Team, who shows how to be successful writing user interface tests for Xamarin iOS and Android applications. She walks us through how to get started and best practices of using "page-object" pattern.  Sample: UITest Page -Object Pattern […]

Learning Azure: Part 2—Architecture and interactive APIs for .NET and REST APIs | Azure Friday

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Whether you’re trying to wrap your head around architectural concepts, or you need to get down into the nitty gritty of understanding a particular API, Dan Fernandez joins Donovan Brown to show how Azure Docs has you covered. Azure Architecture Center Interactive code snippets in String.Format Method (System) Cognitive Toolkit Python API Package Reference Microsoft […]