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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 | 21 May 2019 15:07

Visual Studio Code Remote Development may change everythingSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....OK, that's a little clickbaity but it's surely impressed the heck out of me. You can read more about VS Code Remote Development (at the time of this writing, available in the VS Code Insiders builds) but here's a little on my first experience with..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 16 May 2019 23:47

Using the Steam Link app to stream PC Games directly to your iPhone or mobile deviceSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I think that we, as an industry, are still figuring game streaming out. It's challenging to find that sweet spot between quality and frames per second, all while respecting the speed of light and the laws of physics. That said, if you have a a rock..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 15 May 2019 00:36

Introducing the Try .NET Global Tool - interactive in-browser documentation and workshop creatorSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....If you find yourself learning C# and .NET and come upon the "Run your first C# Program" documentation you may have noticed a "Try the code in your browser" button that lets you work through your first app entirely online, with no local installation!..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 09 May 2019 23:30

Systems Thinking as important as ever for new codersSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I was at the Microsoft BUILD conference last week and spent some time with a young university student who came prepared. I was walking between talks and he had a sheet of paper organized with questions. We sat down and went through the sheet. One of..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 07 May 2019 10:21

An experiment - The Azure Cloud Shell at the command line with AZ SHELLSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I've blogged before about the Azure Cloud Shell. It's super cool and you can get your own easily in any browse by hitting https://shell.azure.com. You can have either bash or powershell, and you get a shared "cloud drive" that is persisted between..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 03 May 2019 00:07

A new Console for Windows - It's the open source Windows TerminalSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "...."My fellow Windows users, our long national nightmare is over." The Windows Terminal is here, it's open source, it's real, and it's spectacular. It's very early days to be clear, but the new Windows Terminal is open source and it's up at..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 01 May 2019 00:22

Did I leave the garage door open? A no-code project with Azure IoT Central and the MXChip DevKitSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....For whatever reason when a programmer tries something out for the first time, they write a "Hello World!" application. In the IoT (Internet of Things) world of devices, it's always fun to make an LED blink as a good getting started sample project...."
Read more »  Did I leave the garage door open? A no-code project with Azure IoT Central and the MXChip DevKit


Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 25 Apr 2019 23:43

Software Defined Radio is a great way to bridge the physical and the digital and teach STEMSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....One of the magical technologies that makes an Open Source Artificial Pancreas possible is "Software-defined Radio" or SDR. I have found that SDR is one of those technologies that you've either heard of and agree it's amazing or you've literally..."
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Scott Hanselman

Microsoft

Portland, OR, USA