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

There's been a lot of folks, myself included, who have tried to install VS Code on the Raspberry Pi. In fact, there's a lovely process for this now. However, we have to ask ourselves i

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I don’t speak in hyperbole very often, and I want to make sure t

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I recently needed to refactor my podcast

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.NET code (C#, VB, F#, etc) compiles (for the most part) into Intermediate Language (IL) and then makes it way to native code usually by Just-in-time (JIT) compilation on the target machine. When you get a DLL/Assembly, it's pre-chewed but not full juiced, to mix my metaphors. Often you'll come along a DLL th

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OK, that's a little clickbaity but it's surely impressed the

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I think that we, as an industry, are still figuring game streaming out. It's challe

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If you find yourself learni

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I've blogged before about the Azure Cloud Shell. It's super cool and you can get your own easily in any browse by hitting https://shell.azure.com. You can hav

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"My fellow Windows users, our long national nightmare is over." The Windows Terminal is here, it's open source, it's real, and it's spectacular. It's very early days to be clear, but the new Windows Terminal is open source and it'

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For whatever reason when a programmer tries something out for the first time, they write a "Hello World!" application. In th

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One of the magical technologies that makes an

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I've been a Type 1 diabetic for over 25 years. Diabetes sucks. They actually give you an

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Earlier this week I talked about how Your Computer is not a Black Box and I spent some time in TCPView and at the command line exploring open ports on my computer. I was doing this in order

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I did a blog post many ye

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Lots of folks ask me about Raspberry Pis. How many I have, what I

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I recently stumbled upon

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Per Wikipedia, "In

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AdaFruit makes an adorable tiny little Circuit Python IoT device called the PyPort

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Thousands of years ago your ancestors, and myself, were using DOS (or CMD) pressing F7 to get this amazing little ASCII box to pop up to pick commands they'd typed before.

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It's super easy to get started with .NET Core and/or ASP.NET Core with Docker. If you have Docker installed you don't need to install anything to try out .NET Core, of course. To run a little .NET Core console app:docker run --rm mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/core/samples:dotnetapp And the resul

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I've blogged a little about Blazor, showing examples like Compiling C# to WASM with Mono and Blazor then Debugging .NET Source with

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My Xbox user name is Glucose for a reason. This is a passion project of mine. You've likely seen

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I've been

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So you've been asked to parse some dates, except the years are two digit years. For example, dates like "12 Jun 30" are ambiguous...or are they? If "12 Jun 30" is intended to express a birthday, given it's 2019 as the of writing of this post, we can assume it means 1930. But if the input is "12 Jun 18" is tha

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I've been working on a little idea

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"EditorConfig helps maintain consistent coding styles for multiple developers working on the same project across various editors and IDEs." Rather than you having to keep your code in whatever format the team has agreed on, you can check in an .editorconfig file and your edito

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