Thu, 21 Jul 2016 19:33:00 GMT
We are knee deep into a .net core 1.0 RTM website project. While trying to get automated builds to work (more on my "forced project.json for 4.6 DLL and .net core" frustration later), I discovered that GIT was including project.lock.json files in the commit.
I realized that we never upgraded our .gitignore file to incldue the new DNX file omissions. This is easier than I originally expected:
Step #1 Identify your desired changes
I found https://www.gitignore.io/, helpful in that it produces template .gitignore files based on your desired development environment.
To fast-forward, here is the latest for Visual Studio 2015 Update 3, which includes DNX/.net core 1.0 omissions.
Step #2 Make the changes and apply to the repo branch
Here you have 2 options, either:
git rm --cached project.lock.json
I completed option A and it worked perfectly.
Sun, 03 Jun 2007 21:59:43 GMT
Thanks to the great team over at the Oklahoma City Developer's Group, for graciously inviting me to speak at their lunch and evening sessions on Monday, June 4, 2007.
If you are located in or near Oklahoma City, please stop by! I'm delivering one of my favorite talks, "Building Middle Tier Solutions using Microsoft .NET". With this session, we will dive into how easy Visual Studio makes our lives by enabling the creation of Web Sites, Web Services, Serialization, MSMQ Integration, and WIndows Services. I've streamlined the code samples and removed the PPT from the session. :) All code baby!
Thu, 26 Apr 2007 12:21:33 GMT
Sat, 21 Apr 2007 12:11:00 GMT
The Dallas/Ft. Worth community is holding the 2nd annual Dallas CodeCamp event today!
The event will take place on the 4th floor of the LC1 building located at Microsoft's Las Colinas office. Registration starts at 8:30am.
There are some great talks for this event, including C# 3.0, LINQ, Enterprise Library, Design Patterns, Client Development, Team System, SEO, Mono, Silverlight, and much more. Check out the agenda here.
I will be presenting a PPT-Free session, "Building Middle Tier Solutions with Visual Stuido 2005" at 4:40pm. In this session, we will dive into approaches & technologies to building middle-tier & asynchronous middle-tier solutions, including WebServices, MSMQ, Windows Services, and Threading. It appears that I received the toughest draw of the day, going against ADO.NET STUD Mr. William (Bill) R. Vaughn. :p
Thu, 26 Oct 2006 14:22:00 GMT
Rob Howard and Scott Guthrie beat me to the punch. The North Dallas .NET User Group is proud to announce that Microsoft General Manager Scott Guthrie is our presenter for our November meeting. We're looking forward to Scott's talk, as he's planning on spending 2 hours with us! He's planning on delivering a brand new ASP.NET Tips & Tricks talk, as well as LINQ and other various goodies!
When: Thursday, November 2, 2006 - 6:00pm
Where: Intuit, Inc. Headquarters (Click Here for a Google Map)
As always, membership and attendance is FREE. We'll have FREE food, drinks, snacks, and great giveaways.
Interested in attending? Please create an account on our website, http://www.nddnug.net, and click the RSVP button.
Tue, 12 Sep 2006 16:37:00 GMT
For anyone who might have missed it...
Tue, 12 Sep 2006 15:41:00 GMT
(non technology post...)
From the category of "What in the world are the New York Islanders thinking..."
New owner Charles Wang sure has made his mark in his short tenure with the team. He's fired Neil Smith months after hiring him, and even considered hiring sumo reslers for his goalie.
Great quote from SI.COM's Truth's & Rumors section:
Charles Wang once floated the idea of sticking a Sumo wrestler in net to play goalie and many around the NHL nearly busted a gut from laughter. Yesterday Wang stuck a goalie in the GM's office, and the owner who prides himself in thinking outside the box was thought to be outside his mind.
-- New York Post
Wed, 21 Jun 2006 13:30:00 GMTDo you live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex, and want to learn more about .NET development? Then please join your fellow community members in the first Dallas Code Camp. When: June 24, 2006 at 9:00am Where: Microsoft’s Las Colinas campus, LC1 Building The Agenda will be announced soon, but here’s what I can tell you: There are 18 sessions total, 9 lecture talks and 9 chalk talks The event starts at 9am, with the first session kicking off at 9:30 Lunch will be served, compliments of Microsoft As always, the event is FREE and will include giveaways as Xbox 360, books, and anything else the group can get their hands on! Rob Howard and I will be representing Telligent as speakers for the event. Rob is delivering a session on “Building Sticky Communities using ASP.NET 2.0”. I will be delivering a PPT-lite, demo heavy session over “Building Middle Tier Solutions using .NET 2.0” In this session, we’ll show how easy it is to implement asynchronous workflow into your existing applications with Serialization, Web Services, MSMQ, and Windows Services. I wanted to send out a big thanks to Caleb, Omar, and the CodeCamp planning team for volunteering their time to make this happen! Please Join us – it should be a fun developer geek day J [...]
Sat, 27 May 2006 05:13:00 GMT
Just wanted to share some interesting finds...
Thu, 25 May 2006 17:04:00 GMT
Looks like we're that much closer to the RazrBerry (aka BlackBerry killer) - the Motorola Q...
Update: The MotoQ is available NOW for VerizonWireless customers through the website. They should show up in the stores by next Tuesday.
Mon, 24 Apr 2006 20:29:00 GMT
If you are attending the FREE Microsoft Security Summit Event in Dallas (@ Dallas Convention Center) tomorrow, please stop by the Developer Track at 2:15-3:05pm. I am delivering a presentation about the Security enhancements built into Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005, titled:
Building Reliable and Robust Applciations with Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005
The full agenda is listed here.
The talk includes lots of enhancements to manged code (App Domains, Code Access Security, PermView, and FxCop), unmanaged code (/GS flag, buffer overflow protection) as well as a few SQL enhancements (schemas, user management, and permissions/roles). I'd love to add some cool ASP.NET security enhancements, but not sure if I have time to fit those in. If not, then come grab me afterwards and we can chat.
Looking forward to chatting with everyone.
UPDATE: Updated slide deck and Demo Code Located Here.
Mon, 06 Mar 2006 12:51:00 GMT
Oh this rocks - wanted to share with everyone else.
Scott Bellware, TDD stud, Microsoft C# MVP, and active community member, created some awesome code snippets for developers interested in writing NUnit test classes.
Fri, 17 Feb 2006 15:27:00 GMT
After some poking around on the Visual Studio area on MSDN, I discovered a nice little gem worth mentioning...
Ever notice how VB 2005 has a huge amount of code snippets as compared with C#? Well, not anymore J Here are all the code snippets that should have been released with C#/VS 2005.
Wed, 30 Nov 2005 06:32:00 GMT
If you are attending the VS 2005/SQL 2005/BizTalk 2006 launch event in Dallas (and I know a large number of you - 3,850 - are registered) today (11/30/2005), please stop by the ATE booth and say hello. Stephen Swienton and I will be manning the ATE Developer area from 1-5pm tomorrow, and will be seen wandering around the event in the morning. Come by and don't forget to pickup your FREE copy of the Standard editions of Visual Studio 2005 and SQLServer 2005 !!!!!
Sat, 19 Nov 2005 22:15:00 GMT
Yes, I have been a blog-slacker for quite some time now - and I apologize. We're closing down on a huge project at work, and I should pickup my activities in the coming weeks.
Shameless plug alert…
Thanks to Rob Caron, who pointed out that a number of Team System-related articles were published to MSDN Online, including one of mine titled:
Unit Testing and Generating Source Code for Unit Test Frameworks Using Visual Studio 2005 Team System
This article covers an introduction to automated unit testing, and provides an insight into setting up a new Unit Test project, and what code is automatically generated for you.
Fri, 23 Sep 2005 20:16:00 GMT
Here's my cynical thought for today... "What a visionary! " Check out Larry Ellison's latest epiphany
Sorry - Ellison just drives me crazy!
Fri, 09 Sep 2005 12:39:00 GMT
WOW! Microsoft's PDC is almost here! Developer geekdom evolved! I'm looking forward to attending many of the talks, BOF sessions, and meeting thousands of fellow .net techologists at the Pavillion booths!
As Eric pointed out earlier, we'll be at the CodeSmith Tools booth (#122 in your handy dandy Pavillion map) for much of the week. So, if you would like to learn more about CodeSmith, and/or talk about >>telligent happenings/openings, football, hockey, or anything else on your mind please stop by. Also, if you have some free time, please checkout the CommunityServer BOF Session (Date, Time, Location TBD). Check the monitors!
Some goodies from Eric (FREE STUFF!!!!!!)
(image) CodeSmith Tools will have a booth at PDC this year! Be sure to stop by and say "Hi" next week at booth #122. If you are a current CodeSmith customer, we have CodeSmith t-shirts for you (first come, first serve) and if you aren't a current CodeSmith customer, we will be giving away some CodeSmith Professional licenses ($399 value) for those that stop by and scan their badge.
Mon, 29 Aug 2005 03:36:00 GMT
Currently working with web clusters, non-sticky IPs, where you need a unified key for ViewState encryption and thought I would share these resources...
Thu, 25 Aug 2005 22:01:00 GMT
Oh this ROCKS!
How much caffeine can you drink before dying? Check this out to find out....
Mon, 22 Aug 2005 19:02:00 GMT
(from Rob Caron)
Rob recently blogged about some recent news regarding Visual Studio 2005, VSTS Team Foundation Server, SQLServer 2005.
The CNet article states that Microsoft will hand out copies of VS 2005 RC1 & a new SQLServer 2005 CTP to those attending the recently sold-out PDC!
Please visit Rob's blog post for these links (because I'm not a fan of people who lift blog content into their own posts without credit...)