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Posts tagged with Visual Studio

Using .net core 3.0 in Azure DevOps

Using .net core 3.0 in Azure DevOps

During todays livestreamed ".net conf 2019", Microsoft announced that .net core 3.0 has been released. The release includes a plethora of changes and improvements, however one thing that is yet to be completed is official Azure DevOps pipeline images containing the 3.0 SDK. For Kenc.ACMELib I updated my Azure DevOps pipeline today to build using .net core 3.0. These are the steps involved. Edit pipeline Navigate to pipelines in the menu Click the pipeline you wish to edit Add a new ...
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Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015

Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015

The past week has seen a lot of new releases in "Microsoft-land". First and foremost, Windows 10 is now out for Windows Insiders as the "RTM" build - and even though Windows is now SaaS, the status is still significant for the OSG as well for the entire company - We all know how significant Windows 10 will be in our future; in desktop, laptops, tablets and last but not least; the all important mobile! The latter is supposed to get some love over the next couple of months, ...
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Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Released

Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Released

Today the Servicepack 1 of Visual Studio 2010 was released to MSDN subscribers!The servicepack contains several changes based on the feedback collected via Microsoft Connect including several performance tweaks and the ability to change hardware accelerated graphics for the IDE.Of more interesting changes, the servicepack also includes IIS Express A lite version of IIS, running under Windows XP through Windows 7, without requiring Administrator priviligdes and seamlessly integrate the core ...
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Using different credentials for Team Foundation Server

Using different credentials for Team Foundation Server

I have been running with a TFS 2010 server for quite some time now, running on a domain to host all my software projects. However, the problem is that one of my workstations is not hooked up to the Windows domain of several reasons. Since my login on my workstation is not the same as the one on my AD; Visual Studio 2010 keeps promting me for the correct login. This has really been a pain, since I use VS pretty often! However, thanks to Windows 7's 'User Credentials' option, the problem is no ...
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