Category open source
Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is the newest code editor provided my Microsoft and is intended to make easier the code-writing process we go trough. Let’s get one fact straight here. Visual Studio Code is not Visual Studio. And it does not aim at replacing it. Instead, see it as a code editor containing the key elements […]
A way of becoming a great developer
Beware of how you spend your scarce cognitive resources. Enjoy this Fluent 2015 presentation, by Kathy Sierra, about the important elements to care about in one’s pursuit of greatness. This doesn’t only apply to technologies, or web, or coding, but to almost anything.
Eventually, you’ll work with APIs. Then, you’ll hear about REST and other things like Http request methods, OAuth and other various elements. Check out the video below in which few APIs including Youtube’s, Facebook’s, GoogleMaps are describled. Take a look, there is a big chance you find this useful.
Monitor your Mac traffic through Fiddler on your Windows VM
I work on a Mac computer. I develop both on Mac and Windows. A lot of times I find myself trying to intercept some traffic coming from my Mac on my Fiddler instance which lives on my Windows VM. The main reason for this is the fact that I haven’t been able to successfully use […]
.NET as Open Source, .NET on Mac and Linux, and Visual Studio Community
Things are being awesome!!! Microsoft is going bold with .NET as Open Source. It will be available on Mac and Linux and the Visual Studio Community is going to benefit as never before. Scott Hanselman said it so greatly that I cannot add anything on top of that. Click the picture below and get on […]
What’s new in Visual Studio 2013
I’ve been using VS2013 for a little while now and I love what I see. Year after year, I can clearly see the hard work and dedication that the team at Microsoft is putting in building better tools. Below is a very interesting video done by Scott Hanselman to describe some of the great features […]
Wanna try a cool CMS tool ? I suggest you take a look at Orchard. It is a really well-built and powerful engine. You can start by checking the Pluralsight courses available here. If you feel comfortable enough, check the advanced course here. As stated in the Orchard’s mission: Orchard is a free, open source, […]
My use of Python growing, I’m setting up a light IDE environment mainly consisting of a text editor, some plugings, and the back-end Python interpretor. I use Python 2.7. Python 2.7 was released on July 3rd, 2010. Python 2.7 is scheduled to be the last major version in the 2.x series before it moves into […]
Guido van Rossum and Python
I’ve been playing with Python programming language for a bit now. So far I like it. I intend to use it more and more. This post is about a series of links and resources that can help anyone who has an interest with the language. Guido is the author of Python. He worked for Google […]