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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:
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.
Terminal Spinner library for .NET Core/Standard. strongly inspired by cli-spinners, ora, CLISpinner.
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.
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).