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Terminal Spinner library for .NET Core/Standard. strongly inspired by cli-spinners, ora, CLISpinner.
Today we released significant updates to both Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Studio for Mac. I’ll share some details in this post, but as always, there’s a lot more information in the release notes. If you’d like to jump right in, download Visual Studio 2017 version 15.5 and download Visual Studio for Mac.
A-PIE is not only a delicious baked dessert with a flaky crust and a warm gooey inside, it's a little acronym/mnemonic to help remember the four most important principles of object-oriented programming (OOP).
When you first begin pitter-pattering around .NET (also written as lowercase .net and dotnet) and the Microsoft stack, you’ll probably find yourself thinking:
I promise that I’ll get to a treatment of code coverage tools in short order. But first, I want to offer a quick disclaimer and warning. If you’re here because you’re looking for a way to let management track the team’s code coverage progress, please stop and reconsider your actions. I’ve written in the past about how code coverage should not be a management concern, and that holds as true now as ever. Code coverage is a tool that developers should use — not something that should be done to them. Full stop.