TWC9: Hyper about HyperCard, .NET 2.0 is Out, How YOU impact Visual Studio Development and more…

1 day ago
This week on Channel 9, Christina and Bryan are back and discussing the week’s top developer news, including; [00:43] .NET Core 2.0 Released! [Scott Hunter], Announcing .NET Standard 2.0 [01:13] ASP.NET Core 2.0 Released [Shawn Wildermuth], Announcing ASP.NET Core 2.0 [01:19] Updates in Visual Studio 2017 based on your UserVoice suggestions [Mark Wilson-Thomas], Visual Studio […]

ASP.NET Monsters #104: Deploy Virtual Applications in Azure App Service

3 days ago
Did you know that you can deploy multiple applications to a single Web App in Azure App Service? In today’s episode, Dave explores this virtually unknown feature of Virtual Applications in Azure App Service. Learn how to create a virtual application and how to deploy your ASP.NET Core application to that virtual application.  Episode Sponsor: […]

ASP.NET Monsters #103: Setting Version Numbers on a Build Server

2 weeks ago
Setting assembly and product version numbers as part of your build process is easier now in .NET Core. In this episode, Dave shows us how to specify version numbers for .NET core assemblies and NuGet packages using command line parameters and how easily that can be integrated into build systems like AppVeyor. Episode Sponsor: AppVeyor […]

ASP.NET Monsters #102: Structured Logging with Application Insights

3 weeks ago
In this episode, we’ll explore how to hook up Application Insights to your ASP.NET Core application using the really excellent Serilog.   Serilog – structured logging for .NET Seq – structured log searching Application Insights Serilog sink Serilog connector for .NET Core Logging

Treehouse LiveCoding: ASP.NET Core and Angular (week 2)

3 weeks ago
Learn Programming at Treehouse! Join Treehouse today and start your free trial! Learn how to build websites and apps, write code, or start a business at Treehouse. Learn from over 1,000 videos created by our expert teachers on web design, coding, business, and much more. Treehouse teaches the in-demand technology skills you need to […]

Episode 489: Scott Addie on Migrating to ASP.NET Core

4 weeks ago
Scott Addie describes the challenges of migrating an existing ASP.NET applicatio to ASP.NET Core

ASP.NET Monsters #100: Checking in NuGet Packages

1 month ago
Should we be checking in NuGet packages? Do we want to ensure that we can reliably recreate builds at a later date or do package managers handle all of that for use? In this episode, we try and get to the bottom of this quandary.  Paket package manager: Yarn packages manager: NPM5:

ASP.NET Monsters #101: Deploying a package Nuget with AppVeyor

1 month ago
Manually deploying NuGet packages to can be a bit of a painful process. Fortunately, many build systems provide the ability to automate NuGet package deployment . In today’s episode, Monster Dave explores deploying NuGet package using AppVeyor Previous Episodes:Hosted ASP.NET Core Builds with AppVeyorContinuous Deployment with AppVeyor Follow @aspnetmonsters

TWC9: .NET Core 2 (and Friends) Preview 2, .future, Imagine Cup 2017, “Adventures of Ninja Cat” Theme and more…

2 months ago
This week on Channel 9, [Host 1] and [Host 2] discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:50] .NET Core 2 Preview 2, ASP.NET Core 2.0 Preview 2, Announcing EF Core 2.0 Preview 2 [01:45] Sweet UI made possible and easy with Windows.UI and the Windows 10 Creators Update [03:31] Windows Template Studio 1.1 released! […]

ASP.NET Monsters Ep 99: Front End Tools with David Wesst

2 months ago
There are countless front-end workflows. In what we’re hoping will be the first of a series of episodes on workflows we talk with noted front-end guru and JavaScript master David Wesst ( JavaScript or TypeScript? Gulp or Grunt? Hear what one expert thinks is the best combination. 

C# Course Jingle

3 months ago
Jazz it up with the jingle for our C# courses.

Try C# Intro

3 months ago
Our Try C# course just launched! With C#, you can build just about anything — from web, desktop, and mobile apps to game development. Learn the basics of this general-purpose knowledge when you play Try C# and run your first C# console application.