Reducing Bugs In Your Code with Coverlet | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, C#, Coding, Developer Tools, devtools, Testing, Unit Testing, Visual Studio Code

Code coverage is a measurement of how much of your source code is tested by your given test suite. In this episode, Toni Solarin-Sodara joins us to talk about his code coverage library, Coverlet. This gives us the ability to measure code coverage for .NET Core applications in a cross platform way. [01:39] – What is […]

Supporting IAsyncEnumerable with LINQ | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, Async, Coding, Developer Tools, devtools, LINQ

With IAsyncEnumerable being introduced in .NET Core 3, it’s not surprising that developers might want to leverage their existing knowledge of Linq operations when working with async streams. In this episode, Bart De Smet comes on to talk about the System.Linq.Async nuget package that adds some common Linq query operators to IAsyncEnumerable. [01:15] – What’s the […]

Updating the WinForms Designer for .NET Core 3.0 | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, Desktop, desktop development, Developer Tools, devtools, Windows, WinForms

There are many benefits that .NET Core can bring to desktop applications. With .NET Core 3.0, support is being adding for building desktop application with WinForms and WPF. In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Merrie McGaw and Dustin Campbell who share some interesting insights on the work that’s going into getting the WinForms designer […]

Free Microsoft resources for students | One Dev Minute

Posted on Posted in Application Development, Azure Tools, Developer Resources, Developer Tools, Developers, Students

Did you know Microsoft has lots of free resources for students? Watch the video on how to get free offerings on these Microsoft products: Azure: Office 365: VSCode: Free Microsoft resources for students | One Dev Minute Source: MSDN Channel 9

DevOps For ASP.NET Developers Pt. 8 – Azure DevOps Integration with GitHub | On .NET

Posted on Posted in aft-net, asp .net, ASP.NET DevOps, Azure Platform, Coding, Developer Tools, devtools, Visual Studio ALM

With Azure DevOps, you have the option to use only the features you need. For instance you already have your own system for work item tracking or source control, you can still use those along with Azure Pipelines. In this video, Abel and Jeremy walk us through the first class integration that Azure DevOps has […]

DevOps For ASP.NET Developers Pt.7 – Templates and Scaffolding Tools | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, ALM tools, asp .net, ASP.NET DevOps, Azure Platform, Coding, Developer Tools, devops, devtools, Visual Studio ALM

Throughout this series, we have gone through everything from work item tracking, unit testing and even build pipelines. This all happened with CI/CD already setup in Azure DevOps. What if you don’t have a pipeline already setup? How do you get started with creating one? In part 7 of our series, Abel and Jeremy show […]