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Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General

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OK, maybe not technically a microservice, but that's a hot buzzword these days, right? A few weeks ago I blogged about Improvements on ASP.NET Core deployments on Zeit's now.sh and making small

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I've been doing .NET image processing since the beginning. In fact I wrote about it over 13 years ago on this blog when I talked about

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This blog post is an update to these two Diabetes Technology blog posts: The Promising State of Diabetes Technology in 2016

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I was looking at a Well Known Open Source Project on GitHub today. It had like 978 Pul

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I got a very strange warning recently when building a .NET Core app with "dotnet build."MSB3246: Resolved file has a bad image, no metadata, or is otherwise inaccessible. Image is too small.

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Back in March of 2017 I blogged about Zeit and their cool deployment system "now." Zeit will take any

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I'm reading a new chapter of The Imposter's Handbook: Season 2 that Rob and I are working on. He's digging into the internals of what's exactly in your SSH Key.

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If you've looked at csproj (C# (csharp) projects)

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I've been loving Application Insights ever since I hooked it up to my Podcast Site.

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It's been 7 years since the last time I built "

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I was talki

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Last week on Twitter @getify started an excellent thread pointing out that we should be using HTTPS even on our local machines. Why? You want your local web development set up to reflect your production reality as much as possible. URL parsi

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One click deploy for MakeCode and the amazing AdaFruit Circuit Playground Express

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I recently met some folks that didn't know that

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The best way to learn about code isn't just writing more code -

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I'm continuing to explore testing and code coverage on open source .NET Core. Earlier this week I checked out coverlet. There is also the venerable

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Last week I blogged about "dotnet outdated," an essential .NET Core "global tool" that helps you find out what NuGet package reference you need to update. .NET Core Global Tools are really taking off right now.

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The standard for browsing the web over a text-=based terminal is Lynx, right? It's the legendary text web browser that you can read about at https://lynx.invisible-island.net/ or, even better, run right now with dock

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Last week I looked at "dotnet outdated," a super useful .NET Core Global Tool for keeping a project's NuGet packages up to date. Since then I've discovered there's a whole BUNCH of great projects solving different aspect

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I've moved my podcast site over to ASP.NET Core 2.1 over the last few months. You might want to follow the saga by checking out some of the recent blog posts.

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If you've got Docker installed you can run a .NET Core sample quickly just like this. Try it:docker run --rm microsoft/dotnet-samples If your Docker for Windows is in "Windows Container mode" you can try .N

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I posted about using

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I saw a tweet from a person on Twitter who wanted to know the easiest and cheapest way to get an

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