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Scott Hanselman

Scott Hanselman is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft. He was also involved in the MVP and Regional Director programs and is an avid speaker on the topic of computing.


Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 18 Sep 2018 21:57

Azure DevOps Continuous Build/Deploy/Test with ASP.NET Core 2.2 Preview in One HourSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I've been doing Continuous Integration and Deployment for well over 13 years. We used a lot of custom scripts and a lovely tool called CruiseControl.NET to check out, build, test, and deploy our code. However, it's easy to get lulled into..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 14 Sep 2018 01:10

A complete containerized .NET Core Application microservice that is as small as possibleSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....OK, maybe not technically a microservice, but that's a hot buzzword these days, right? A few weeks ago I blogged about Improvements on ASP.NET Core deployments on Zeit's now.sh and making small container images. By the end I was able to cut my..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 12 Sep 2018 01:38

How do you use System.Drawing in .NET Core?Subscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I've been doing .NET image processing since the beginning. In fact I wrote about it over 13 years ago on this blog when I talked about Compositing two images into one from the ASP.NET Server Side and in it I used System.Drawing to do the work. For..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 07 Sep 2018 01:23

The Extremely Promising State of Diabetes Technology in 2018Subscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....This blog post is an update to these two Diabetes Technology blog posts: The Promising State of Diabetes Technology in 2016 The Sad State of Diabetes Technology in 2012 You might also enjoy this video of the talk I gave at WebStock 2018 on Solving..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 05 Sep 2018 01:41

Always Be Closing...Pull RequestsSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I was looking at a Well Known Open Source Project on GitHub today. It had like 978 Pull Requests. A "PR" means "hey here's some code I did for your project, you can PULL it from here and merge it into your code!" But these were Open Pull Requests...."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 30 Aug 2018 22:41

Interesting bugs - MSB3246: Resolved file has a bad image, no metadata, or is otherwise inaccessible. Image is too small.Subscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I got a very strange warning recently when building a .NET Core app with "dotnet build."MSB3246: Resolved file has a bad image, no metadata, or is otherwise inaccessible. Image is too small. Eek! It's clear, in that something is "too small" but..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 29 Aug 2018 01:45

Improvements on ASP.NET Core deployments on Zeit's now.sh and making small container imagesSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....Back in March of 2017 I blogged about Zeit and their cool deployment system "now." Zeit will take any folder and deploy it to the web easily. Better yet if you have a Dockerfile in that folder as Zeit will just use that for the deployment. Zeit's..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 24 Aug 2018 02:36

Decoding an SSH Key from PEM to BASE64 to HEX to ASN.1 to prime decimal numbersSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I'm reading a new chapter of The Imposter's Handbook: Season 2 that Rob and I are working on. He's digging into the internals of what's exactly in your SSH Key. I generated a key with no password: ssh-keygen -t rsa -C scott@myemail.com Inside the..."
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Scott Hanselman

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