On a Cloud: Angular & OSS

Jef King
Jef King

Angular.JS Lately for all of my POC code I have been using Angular.JS to remove the need for writing a backend. It has been brilliant. I wanted to explore and share with you what I have been doing and why. I have found that it saved me huge amounts of time, enabling me to prove…

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More Git for Visual Studio Code

Sergiy Baydachnyy
Sergiy Baydachnyy

I already published several posts about Visual Studio Code and Git integration, including topics about GitHub and Team Foundation Service. Visual Studio Code supports lots of Git features that allow you to commit, push, pull your code directly from Visual Studio Code interface. Code even can help you to compare the current and the previous…


Submitting your first Pull Request

Welcome to our weekly MVP series where we discuss some of the most useful solutions, tips & tricks and how to’s on integrating OSS & Microsoft technologies. In case you have any questions, don’t hesitate and drop us a comment below or reach out to us via Twitter and Facebook! Enjoy! Over the last few years, we…


Going cross-platform with Apache Cordova for Visual Studio 2015

Welcome to our weekly MVP series where we discuss some of the most useful solutions, tips & tricks and how to’s on integrating OSS & Microsoft technologies. In case you have any questions, don’t hesitate and drop us a comment below or reach out to us via Twitter and Facebook! Enjoy! Another open source project…


Working with GitHub from Visual Studio 2015

Welcome to our weekly MVP series where we discuss some of the most useful solutions, tips & tricks and how to’s on integrating OSS & Microsoft technologies. In case you have any questions, don’t hesitate and drop us a comment below or reach out to us via Twitter and Facebook! Enjoy! In addition to the well-known tools…


Ghost 0.5.x from Source to Azure Web Sites–Part 3

This is part 3 of 3 of a blog series where David Wesst takes you through getting Ghost 0.5.x working from source control on Azure Websites. Read part 1 here and part 2 here. We are on the home stretch now! In this post, we are going to get a theme in a separate Github…


Programming with Python? Open Source? Microsoft? Did I miss something?

In a word: yes. I recently recorded Introduction to Programming with Python with Susan Ibach. During the session, toasters became a bit of a running gag, so there was a picture of me on set holding a toaster. When I posted the picture to Facebook a friend of mine asked me the question that inspired…

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Python and Git are Not Just for the Non-Visual Studio Developers

You have seen them sitting in Starbucks Café’s drinking six dollar lattés with recipes such as “venti half white mocha, half cafe vanilla, with 2 shots pour appigato style (over the top) and caramel drizzle frappachino.” You have heard them saying words like “pip”, “git”, “social”, “closure”, “npm”, “v8”, “accelerator”, “VC” and “stealth-mode”. I can…

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Git’ing It On with Team Foundation Service

Guest post by Adam Gallant I’m meeting a lot of developers who are targeting multiple platforms, particularly folks building mobile applications, and a common mode of managing source control and/or contributing to projects when people are working together across distances has been using Git. Another offering that has been growing in popularity is the Team…


Technology Post Roundup–4th Edition

In Canada, we’re fortunate to have many community experts and MVPs. Throughout the month, they write about and talk about some really cool things. Many of you have told us that you’d like it to be easier to discover them and what they’re writing about. The team and I will be curating top picks and…