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Scott Hanselman's Blog

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

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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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I recently blogged about an amazing little utility called AudioSwitcher that makes it two-clicks easy to switch your audio inputs and outputs. I need to switch audio devices a lot as I'm eit

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I've been doing a ton of work in bash/zsh/fish lately - Linuxing. In case you didn't know, Windows 10 can run Linux no

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Buckle up kids, this is nuts

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Earlier this week I

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I love me some Raspberry Pi. They are great little learning machines and are super fun for kids to play with. Even if those kids are adults and they build a 6 node Kubernetes Raspberry Pi Cluster.

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I just got back from the Microsoft BUILD Conference where Scott Hunter and I announced both .NET Core 2.1 RC1 AND talked about .NET Core 3.0 in the future. .NET Core 2.1 RC1 First, .NET Core 2.1's Release Candidate is out. This one has a Go Live license and it's very close to release. You can

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I'm continuing t

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This week

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My sons (10 and 12) and I have been

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I'm continuing to update my podcast site. I've upgraded it from ASP.NET "Web Pages" (10 year old code written in WebMatrix) to ASP.NET Core 2.1 developed with VS Code. Here's some recent posts:

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I've been running a podcast now for ov

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In ASP.NET 2.1 (now in preview) there's apparently a new package called

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Lots of people are using open source .NET Core and the "dotnet" command line, but few know that the .NET CLI supports command "tab" completion! You can ensure you have it on .NET Core 2.0 with this test:C:\Users\scott> dotnet complete "dotnet add pac" package You can see I do, as it pr

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I was talking to Toni Edward Solarin on Skype yesterday about his open source spike (early days) of Code Coverage for .NET Core called "coverlet." There's a few options out there for cobbling together .NET Core Code Coverage

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I was very fortunate to get a preview version of the "RasPad" from SunFounder. Check it out at

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I've been upgrading my podcast site from a 10 year old WebMatrix site to modern,

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I am continuing to upgrade to podcast's site. Today I upgraded it to .NET Core 2.1, keeping the

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