Category Coding is fun

Powershell 7 is now Generally Available (GA). 

As of Wednesday March 04th 2020, Powershell 7 is now Generally Available (GA). PowerShell 7.0 is an open-source, cross-platform (Windows, macOS, and Linux) edition of PowerShell, built to manage heterogeneous environments and hybrid cloud. PowerShell 7 installs to a new directory and runs side-by-side with Windows PowerShell 5.1. For PowerShell Core 6.x, PowerShell 7 is […]

Azure For Beginners

Are you just starting up with Azure? Welcome to this amazing world! Check below to see the different kind of pictures and services provided by Azure.

Visual Studio 2019 – What’s new

April 2, 2019! Visual Studio 2019 is out. Amazing news. What to expect? A lot of things. I hope you can take some time and check by yourself. Among other things, we will have support for: Improved IntelliSense performance for C++ files Local development with many common emulators Simplified test access in Solution Explorer Git management and repo creation in the […]

Apache Kafka Streaming Platform Explained

Ever heard of Apache Kafka? It is a distributed streaming platform. Neha Narkhede is the CTO of Confluent. During SpringOne Platform 2018 event below, she went on an explained Kafka Streaming Plarform. A streaming platform has three key capabilities: Publish and subscribe to streams of records, similar to a message queue or enterprise messaging system. […]

Microsoft Azure for Beginners

Have fun checking out Microsoft Azure for Beginners.

Go on Azure: Part 1—Build Go apps with Visual Studio Code

The following is a Channel9 video which is quite interesting. Ramya Achutha Rao (Sr. Software Engineer) joins Erik St. Martin to show you how to build Go apps with Visual Studio Code. She will be using the Go extension for VS Code which provides smart code completion, integrated debugging and a whole lot more. In […]

What it’s like to be an active .NET Developer

This below, is a Channel9 video which I enjoyed. Since .NET Core and many of the tools for building .NET applications have been open sourced, community involvement in the ecosystem has increased tenfold. In this episode, Avi Avni (@AviAvni3) joins Rich (@runfaster2000) to discuss his experience with contributing features to the CoreCLR and F# language code […]