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First Impressions of Visual Studio 2019

by Joseph on Dec 18th in First Impressions, Visual Studio

I give my first impressions of Visual Studio, when I open it for the first time.

Installing Visual Studio 2019

by Joseph on Dec 11th in .Net, Visual Studio

So today, I realized VS 2019 is out for preview, and I decided I’d give installing it a whirl. I also figured this would be a good time to renew my blogging effort, so you get to see how it looks! So far, I like what I’m seeing! I’ll report back later with some thoughts […]

Continuous Deploy in Visual Studio Team Services

by Joseph on Jun 23rd in Visual Studio, Web Development

A few months ago, I wrote about my experience migrating a client into Azure. Now, there’s more! Visual Studio Team Services has released some pretty awesome features related to Build and Release management. Here’s a quick overview of what I did to get a Continuous Deploy scenario set up recently. Environment Setup 3 Deployment Slots […]

C# 6 Features: CLR Version

by Joseph on Jan 30th in .Net, C#, Visual Studio

Continuing in our C# 6 Features Series… One of the neat things about C# 6 is that it is backwards compatible to previous versions of .Net. Language Versions are not identical to .Net Common Language Runtime (CLR) versions – which can produce a little bit of confusion. As of today (January 30, 2016), the current .Net CLR runtime […]

C# 6 Features: String Interpolation

by Joseph on Jan 29th in .Net, C#, Visual Studio

I had a few minutes, so I thought I’d get a series of posts started – really quick snippets about why C# 6 features are interesting, and why they matter. The one I’m going to start with is the one I’ve been using far and away the most. String Interpolation. Take a look at this: […]

Moving to Azure

by Joseph on Feb 27th in .Net, Azure, C#

I spent last weekend moving a client’s website from a traditional host into Azure Websites. I learned a few things, and made a few mistakes, but mostly it went fairly well. I thought I should share a little of my experience out here. What went well? The site moved directly from the traditional host to […]

A couple thoughts on tasks in Visual Studio Online

by Joseph on Jul 30th in Visual Studio

So I’m starting up a couple of side projects, and I’m hosting them on Visual Studio Online (VSO). I wanted to do them right, so I took a little time to review the way that the “Planning Tools” are currently implemented in VSO. It’s just me, plus a couple people feeding me ideas for features, […]

Visual Studio Online for Visual Basic 6?

by Joseph on Dec 6th in Visual Studio

So I have a couple of Visual Basic 6 applications I maintain, and one of the big issues I have had was the lack of GOOD source control available for a small business person like myself. Until now. VisualStudio.com provides an online instance of TFS – we know this… But what I hadn’t thought about […]


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