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

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As I said on social media today, it's 2019 and I'm updating the Firmware

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My son and I were working on an Adafruit NeoTrellis M4 Mainboard over the holidays. This amazing little device puts a NeoPixel + an Audio board + a USB port along with a 120 MHz Cortex M4 Core and a mi

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I blogged about DOSBox five years ago! Apparently I get nostalgic around this time of year when I've got some downtime. Here's

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Earlier this week I talked about how I upgraded my podcast site to ASP.NET Core 2.2 and added Health Check features fairly easily. There's a ton of new features and so far it's been gre

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Well crap. I was typing really fast and got a squiggly, so I right-clicked on it and rather than selecting the correct word from the autocorrect dictionary, I clicked Add To Dictionary. I added the MISSPELLED WORD to the Dictionary! Now Windows is suggesting that I spell this word (and others) wrong i

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Buckle up friends! Microsoft is open sourcing WPF, Windows Forms (winforms), and WinUI, so the three major Windows UX technologies are going open source! All this

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Naming things is hard. I've talked

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Hey friends! This is my FIFTH year doing a list of Great STEM Christmas Toys for Kids! Can you believe it? In case you missed them, here's the previous years' lists! Be aware I use Amazon referral links so I get a little kickback (and you support this blog!) when you use these links. I'll be using t

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Earlier this week I built a Family Calendar using a

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I love dashboards. I love Raspberry Pis (tiny $35 computers the siz

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Blazor quietly marches on. In case you haven't heard (I've blogged about Blazor before) it's based on a deceptively simple idea - what if we could run .NET Standard code in the browsers? No, not Silverlight, Blazor requires no plugins and doesn't introduce new UI concepts. What if we took the AOT (Ahead of Time) com

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I've posted several times on the Windows Subsystem for Linux that allows you to run Linux on Windows 10 without a VM. Check out my YouTube on Editing code and files on Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 10. There's just one rule.

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Folks have been trying to fix supercharge the console/command line on Windows since Day One. There's a ton of open source projects over the year that try to take over or improve on "conhost.exe" (the thing that handles consoles like Bash/PowerShell/cmd on Windows). Most of these 3rd party consoles h

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I've recently returned from a month in South Africa and I was looking to unwind while the jetlagged kids sleep. I noticed that .NET Core 2.2 Preview 3 came out while I wasn't paying attention. My podcast site runs on

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I saw this Kickstarter today - Meadow: Full-stack .NET Standard IoT platform. It says that "It combines the best of all worlds; it has the power of RaspberryPi, the computing factor of an Arduino, and the ma

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I can run .NET Core on Windows, Mac, or a dozen Linuxes. On my Ubuntu installation I can check what version I have installed and where it is like this:$ dotnet --version 2.1.403 $ which dotnet /usr/bin/dotnet If we interrogate that dotnet file we see it's a link to elsewhere:$ ls -alog

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I noticed that last week .NET Core 2.2 Preview 3 was released: .NET Core 2.2 Preview 3 ASP.NET

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When the engineers on the ASP.NET/.NET Core team talk to real customers about actual production problems they have, interesting stuff comes up. I've tried to capture a real customer interaction here without giving away their name or details. The team recently had the opportunity to help a large customer of .N

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You likely know that open source .NET Core is cross platform and it's super easy to do "Hel

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I run Windows as my daily driver but I use WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) all day long but WSL is just the command-line and has some perf issues with heavy file system work. I use

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Headless CMS and Decoupled CMS in .NET Core

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According to https://github.com/dotnet/sourcelink, SourceLink "enables a great source debugging experience for your users, by adding source control metadata to your built assets." Sound fantastic. I download a NuG

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My that's a lot of acronyms. REPL means "Read Evaluate Print Loop." You know how you can

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