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 […]

TWC9: Windows Terminal Preview, VS Code language updates, TensorWatch, Raspberry Pi 4 and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in Raspberry, Visual Studio Code, Xamarin

On #TWC9 Christina is excited about Seattle Pride and the 4th of July holidays and is ready to share the latest dev news, including: [00:37] Windows Terminal Microsoft Store Preview Release and you can get the app in the Microsoft Store and check out Scott Hanselman’s blog for details on how to customize it to your liking [01:35] Migrating macOS Apps to […]

TWC9: VS Code Remote Extensions, .NET Docker Updates, Microsoft Solitaire and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in GitHub, PowerShell, Visual Studio Code

This week on Channel 9, Christina is back from Stockholm, has seen the Avengers: End Game, and listened to Taylor Swift on repeat, and is beyond ecstatic to bring you the latest developer news, including: [00:28] Microsoft Build 2019 [01:18] Microsoft Create Startups Tour [01:33] Microsoft Ignite: The Tour [01:47] Visual Studio Code Remote Extensions – Download the extension pack, check […]

One Dev Question – Is VSCode only good for JavaScript?

Posted on Posted in Application Development, Developer Resources, Developer Tools, Developers, JavaScript, Visual Studio Code

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 […]

#FiveThings Magical Ways VS Code Can Work with Azure | Five Things

Posted on Posted in Azure, Extensions, Visual Studio Code

Refined. Genteel. Sophisticated. In this episode, Burke is joined by the great JavaScript connoisseur, Brian Holt to bring you five magical ways that VS Code can work with Azure. These are all the classiest VS Code extensions for the discerning cloud palette. Links from the show…Brian Holt on TwitterAzure App Service ExtensionAzure Cosmos DB ExtensionAzure […]

One Dev Question – Can you use Git in VSCode?

Posted on Posted in Application Development, Developer Resources, Developer Tools, Developers, Visual Studio Code

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 […]

One Dev Question – What makes a great extension for VSCode?

Posted on Posted in Application Development, Developer Resources, Developer Tools, Developers, Visual Studio Code

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 […]