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Scott Dorman Microsoft MVP, Software Architect, Developer, Author
A little over a year ago I announced the availability of Cadru, an open source utility framework containing new APIs and extensions to the core .NET Framework to help complete your developer toolbox. I am very pleased to announce that the Cadru assemblies are now available on NuGet. To install one of the assemblies, run the corresponding command in ......

Code style and standards has been a passion of mine for a long time. I've helped a lot of different companies create and adopt code standards. One of the main problems with documenting code standards is that once the document is created, no one ever goes back and adjusts them as new languages and technologies are introduced, new guidelines are implicitly ......

Continuous integration (CI) is important. If you don’t have it set up…you should. There are a lot of different options available for hosting your own CI server, but they all require you to maintain your own infrastructure. If you’re a business, that generally isn’t a problem. However, if you have some open source projects hosted, for example on GitHub, ......

As a product, Visual Studio has been around for a long time. In fact, it’s been 18 years since the first Visual Studio product was launched. In that time, there have been some major changes but perhaps the most important (or at least influential) changes for the course of the product have been in the last few years. While we can argue over what was ......

Microsoft is in the process of reinventing itself. While some may argue that it’s “too little, too late” or that their growing consumer-focused strategy is wrong, the truth of the situation is that Microsoft is reinventing itself into a new company. While Microsoft is now calling themselves a “devices and services” company, that’s not entirely accurate. ......

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