The Daily Six Pack: January 26, 2016

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: ASP.NET Web API Generate C# Client API, Zijian Other Dividing a C# Application into Components, Deborah Kurata Fortifying Security in WordPress, Part 1, Barış Ünver Visual Studio Code and local web server, Lachezar Arabadzhiev Syncing Files Between Devices with Azure File Sync, Nish Anil T-SQL Flex Visual Studio Solution Items, Richard Carr Hiding Methods from

The Daily Six Pack: January 12, 2016

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Default Constructors To base() or not to base(), that is the question, Jon Skeet Other What To Expect From JavaScript In 2016 – Frameworks, Burke Holland Using TrackPoint for performing custom action during debugging in Visual Studio, Abhijit Jana [#VS2015] Ding on build, Ding on error, Ding on

The Daily Six Pack: January 5, 2016

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Zuckerberg’s Jarvis Lives Zuckerberg’s 2016 goal: make Iron Man’s Jarvis a reality, JC Torres Other What’s New in Fiddler 4.6.2, Eric Lawrence Are you ready for January 12?, Aaron Powell Exploring the Code Metrics Tool in Visual Studio, Abhijit Jana Did you know that Visual Studio shows deadlocked tasks?, Dror Helper Splitting Strings

The Daily Six Pack: August 20, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Codeless Development How “Code-less” Development Could Obliterate The App Dev Backlog, Quinton Wall Other Top 10 Worst C# Features, Eric Lippert Bring LESS back to Visual Studio 2015 without gulp or grunt, Dave Ward Visual Studio Code – Update 0.7.10 for Windows, Chris Dias Previewing our first platform updates

The Daily Six Pack: June 5, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Ideal Windows 10 App Development Environment 5 Steps to an Ideal Windows 10 App Development Environment, Michael Crump Other Backwards compatibility is (still) hard, Jon Skeet Swim lanes, #mention, Build test steps – Jun 3, Aaron Bjork How to Compare files in Visual Studio Code?, Abhijit Jana Fundamentals of

The Daily Six Pack: May 29, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Visual Studio WebPack WebPack For Visual Studio Developers, Burke Holland Other Building applications in Azure, John Adams Continuous Delivery with TFS: Enable Test Impact Analysis, Graham Smith Setting up Github with Visual Studio Code on OSX, Michael Crump .NET Design Patterns, dofactory Visual Studio Time Saver – Presenting code in PowerPoint, Susan Ibach Even

The Daily Six Pack: May 27, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link:Promoting Technical Content How Technical Writers Promote Their Content, Mike Krass Other Glimpse - The Diagnostics platform of the web 10 Awesome Features of Visual Studio Code, Sam Basu Converting to/from Unix Timestamp in C#, Daniel d’Agostino Microservices with C# and RabbitMQ, Paul Mooney Converting and Using Text Dates as SQL Server Dates, Rick

The Daily Six Pack: May 13, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Visual Studio Extensions Future The Future of Visual Studio Extensions is Bright and easier, Greg Duncan Other Getting Started with Microsoft Azure, Dirk Strauss Back to Basic – string Vs. String in C#, Abhijit Jana Visual Studio Code and Azure App Service – a perfect fit, Nir Mashkowski 3 misuses

The Daily Six Pack: May 4, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Microsoft Monitors Malicious Android Apps Microsoft to monitor for malicious Android Apps to prevent them from being ported to Windows, Hemant Saxena Other Object Oriented Programming (Software Gardening - Seeds), Craig Berntson Rock Your .NET Coding Standards – Video (V8), David McCarter GitHub Inside Your Visual Studio, Phil Haack Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Code

Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Code - It has finally happened. Microsoft announced the launch of Visual Studio Code today during its Build Developer conference. Why is this a big deal you might ask? Well Visual Studio Code is a lightweight cross-platform code editor that allows developers to create web and