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

NancyFx is a great alternative to ASP.NET if you want to make elegant little web apis like this:public class SampleModule : Nancy.NancyModule{ public SampleModule() { Get["/"] = _ => "Hello World!"; }} However, it may b

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Last month I looked at a Functional Web with ASP.NET Core and F#'s Giraffe. Giraffe is F# middleware that takes ASP.NET Core's pipeline in a new direction with a functional perspective. However, Giraffe isn't

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The culture wars continue. The country is divided with no end in sight. Tabs or spaces? There's even an insane (IMHO) assertion that the spaces people make more money.

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The Microsoft Docs at https://docs.microsoft.com are really fantastic lately. All the .NET Docs are on GitHub https://

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Everyone has a trick for moving around their computer faster. It might be a favorite shell, a series of aliases or shortcuts. I like using popd and pushd to quickly go deep into a directory structure and return exactly where I was.

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Many years ago before WPF was the "Windows Presentation Foundation" and introduced XAML as a UI markup language for .NET, Windows, and more, there was a project codenamed "Avalon." Avalon was WPF's codename. XAML is everywhere now, and the XAML Standard is a v

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A Functional Web with ASP.NET Core and F#'s Giraffe

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The Visual Studio Tools team had some great interns this summer.

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I've always said that reading source code is as important as write it - especially as part of the learning process. You learn a ton about how other coders think and solve problems, plus you learn

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I've always loved the T4 text generator within Visual Studio. If you are looking for T4 within Visual Studio 2017 you need to install the "Visual Studio extension development" option within the installer to acce

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KISS - Keep it Simple, Stupid. While I don't like calling people stupid, I do like to Keep it Super Simple! I was talking to Jeff Fritz on my team about a new system we're architecting. I suggested CosmosDB or perhaps Azure Table Storage. Then we considered the amount of data we were storing (less than 100 m

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The .NET team has built a linker to reduce the size of .NET Core applications. It is built on top of the excellent and battle-tested mono linker. The Xamarin tools also use this linker so it makes sense to try it out and perhaps use it everywhere! "In trivial cases, th

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I'm working on this slide as support for this excellent .NET Glossary. It's not done yet, but I'm curious for your thoughts. Every system has terms and concepts that are initially unfamiliar but make sense once you grok them.

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I dig everything that Paul Betts does. He's a lovely person and a prolific coder. One of his recent joints is called Refit. It's a REST library for .NET that is inspired by Square

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6 years ago Erik Meijer and I were talking about how JavaScript is/was an assembly language. It turned into an interesting

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Whack Whack Terminal is an experimental free plugin for Visual Studio 2017 that aims to bring a full terminal inside of Visual Studio. Those of you who use Visual Studio Code have long enjoyed the integrated

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The Peachpie PHP compiler project joined the .NET Foundation this week and I'm trying to get my head around it. PHP in .NET? PHP on .NET? Under .NET? What compiles to what? W

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Can someone make .NET Core better with a simple global command?

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Typographic ligatures are when multiple characters appear to combine into a single character. Simplistically, w

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Debugging is a satisfying and special kind of hell. You really have to live it to understand it. When you're deep into it you never know when it'll be done. When you do finally escape it's almost always a DOH! moment. I spent an entire day debugging an issue and the solution ended up being a checkbox.

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I noticed this blog post about Ubuntu over at the Microsoft Command Line blog. Ubuntu is now available from the Windows Store for builds of Windows over 16215.

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I noticed this blog post about Ubuntu over at the Microsoft Command Line blog. Ubuntu is now available from the Windows Store for builds of Windows over 16215.

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What a great title. "URLs are UI." Pithy, clear, crisp. Very true. I've been saying it for years.

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The .NET Core team really prides themselves on performance. However, it's not immediately obvious (as with all systems) if you just do Hello World as a developer. Just today I was doing a Ruby on Rails app in Devel

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I've got a personal Surface Pro 3 that I like very much. It's worked great for years and I haven't had any issues with it. However, yesterday while installing a 3rd party USB device something got goofed around with the drivers and I ended up in this state.

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