TWC9: Unlimited Free Private GitHub Repos, Python in Azure App Service, CES Highlights and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in aft, CES, Community, GitHub, Python

This Week on Channel 9, Christina is ready to report on the latest developer news, including: [00:20] Microsoft Ignite: The Tour continues to ramp up. [00:48] Microsoft IoT and AI stuff at CES 2019 and some Windows device highlightsfrom CES. [01:37] GitHub Offers Unlimited Free Private Repos [02:40] Updates to GitHub Pull Request Extension for VS Code [03:05] Python 2.7 Support for App […]

Five Things About GitHub | Five Things

Posted on Posted in aft-ai, GitHub

Phil Haack joins John Papa on this week’s FIVE THINGS to talk about (more than) five things about GitHub. Check out these links from the show: Ignore white space in code review blog post Keep your project boards up to date, automatically blog post Github Desktop Analyzing GitHub Issue Comment Sentiment With Azure blog post […]

TWC9: GitHub Acquisition, Windows Community Toolkit, IoT Gadgets, and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in GitHub, Windows

This Week on Channel 9, Christina is back after a bout with an ear infection, and ready to talk about the latest developer news, including: [00:41] Microsoft’s Acquisition of GitHub is Complete — check out new CEO Nat Friedman’s blog post for his thoughts. [01:05] IBM to Acquire Red Hat [02:25] Game Off 2018 Kicks Off – the theme is […]

TWC9: GitHub Actions, Visual Studio 2019 Roadmaps, Remembering Paul Allen, and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in Azure, Azure Machine Learning, GitHub, Machine Learning, Paul Allen, Xamarin

This week on Channel 9, Christina is frustrated she can’t buy a Surface Laptop 2 in rose gold outside of China, but she’s still ready with the latest developer news, including: [00:18] Surface Laptop 2 in Blush Gold (China only) and details [01:04] GitHub Actions and check out Jessie Frazelle’s demo and Sarah Drasner’s getting started guide [02:22] Siri Shortcuts with Xamarin [02:58] Xamarin.Forms 3.30 […]

TWC9: GitHub GLB-Director Goes OSS, F# 4.5, Alexa and Cortana Together, and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in Azure, F#, GitHub, Ignite, Xamarin

This Week on Channel 9, Christina is back (with an episode recorded a day early) with a rundown of the latest developer news, including: [00:39] Microsoft Ignite 2018 Registration Open [00:59] GopherCon 2018 [01:15] GitHub Open Sources GLB Director and the GLB Director project on GitHub [02:24] Alexa and Cortana Working Together in Public Preview also check out Amazon’s blog and Tom Warren’s hands-on at The […]

TWC9: Microsoft Buys GitHub, New Visual Studio Updates, TechDays Online UK and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in GALs, git, GitHub, Visual Studio Code

This week on Channel 9, Christina is preparing to head to London, but first, we’ve got to handle the latest developer news, including: [00:20] Microsoft Buys GitHub see the GitHub blog post and the note from incoming CEO Nat Friedman and Nat’s Reddit AMA [01:24] Also check out Lori Lamkin’s post for what the GitHub […]

Jasmine Greenaway – Git tools in Visual Studio | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, git, GitHub, Source Control

Almost every software developer is using Git and has a GitHub account for either their personal or work projects. In this episode, we have Jasmine Greenaway (@paladique) joining Rich Lander (@RunFaster2000) to talk about the official GitHub extension for Visual Studio. [00:56] – How long has GitHub been working on this extension?  [02:11] – Functionality  included […]

Maria Naggaga – Interactive learning with Try .NET | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, GitHub, interactive, learning

The way that we consume information is constantly changing. More people are putting down physical books and picking up laptops or tablets. When learning to code, people are looking for more interactive experiences to really get that knowledge to sink in. In this episode, Maria Naggaga (@LadyNaggaga) joins Rich (@RunFaster2000) to talk about the Try .NET […]