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Details from a collection while debugging in Visual Studio

Show more specific information on your domain or dto object in a collection while debugging your C# code in visual studio ...

A honest review from a Surface Pro 4 owner

Finally after waiting for a long time on the release of the Surface Pro 4 (and getting my money together). I bought myself a Surface Pro 4 - 512 SSD / Intel Core i7 having 16gb of memory. And yes it comes with pen but without keyboard. In my opinion you ...

Windows 10 emulator missing in visual studio?

Did you installed the Windows 10 emulators, but when running Visual Studio 2015 they are still missing? Then here is your solution! Install Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 and make sure to check out the 'Universal Windows App Development Tools' I run against this issue after installing visual studio without ...

Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals

Joris Brauns earned his first MVP title for 2016 with Windows Development as area of expertise. ...

Deployments Simplified for github on Azure

In this post I would like to cover and share a quick and interesting deployment process, to get your github project hosted by any Azure user. The idea is simple. Application owners can add a "Deploy to Azure" button (or any other image or link) to their GitHub repository by ...

Xamarin Studio: Navigating back and forward in the editor

One feature I use a lot (and you start noticing this when you don’t have it anymore) is the key combination CTRL and -. In Visual Studio this navigates back to the previous point in code. So when navigating all around the code with CTRL and a mouse click (thank you ReSharper!), it’s a very… Continue reading Xamarin Studio: Navigating back and forward in the editor ...

One year of programming

One year of programming ended, another started. It's the time of the year when people traditionally take a moment and look back at their achievements in the last year, and I'm going to do the same in this post. So it's mostly for self-reflection, but perhaps it can give you ...

Continous integration with Xamarin, TeamCity and FAKE – Part 2

In the previous post I talked about setting up your environment with different build configurations so you can easily switch between an alpha, beta or production iOS/Android build. This time I’ll talk about creating a build script which you can use with your CI implementation. Our weapon of choice? FAKE. “FAKE – F# Make” is… Continue reading Continous integration with Xamarin, TeamCity and FAKE – Part 2 ...

Choosing your frontend framework

These are exiting times front-end engineers. The three biggest frameworks are all either approaching or have had major new releases. Ember 2.0 has been released a while ago, Angular 2.0 is in beta mode and React released version 0.14, which is a major step on its march ...

Hide .map and .js files in VS Code when doing TypeScript

Visual Studio Code is an open source code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and OS X. It includes support for debugging, embedded Git control, intelligent code completion (also known as IntelliSense), and other features. It is also customizable, so users can change the editor's theme, change the editor's ...

Continous integration with Xamarin, TeamCity and FAKE – Part 1

A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to join a new mobile app development team. It has been really fun and interesting, but coming from a web development area, it has been quite challenging as well. One of the first things we focused on was setting up a CI build. We wanted to… Continue reading Continous integration with Xamarin, TeamCity and FAKE – Part 1 ...

The importance of good code reviews

I believe code reviews to be one of the most important things to improve your level of technical skill and advancing in your professional career. And because of its importance, I decided to write a quick post about it. Negative experiences More often than not, reviewees tend to have negative ...

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