Tag Archives: Git

How Open Source Changed My Life

2015 was a pivotal year for my life as a developer, due in no small measure to the impact of open source software both on how I go about writing code, as well as on how I interact with other … Continue reading

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Software Development Guidelines to Live By

Not too long ago I posted a tweet that immediately went viral. (OK, it’s all relative – to me 66 retweets and 120 favorites is viral.)  It referred to Microsoft’s Engineering Guidelines for contributing to its open-source repository on GitHub … Continue reading

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Cmder: Making the Command Line Your Best Friend

Now that I’ve jumped fully on board the Git and GitHub bandwagon, I’m spending a lot more time at the command line.  In fact, I find myself working with both Visual Studio and the command prompt simultaneously, constantly switching back … Continue reading

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MyGet: Continuous Integration for the Rest of Us

By this time, most .NET developers are familiar with NuGet.  It used to be that if you wanted to use some part of .NET, such as Entity Framework, you would add a reference to your project pointing to some DLL … Continue reading

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