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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 | 17 Sep 2019 22:53

Patching the new Cascadia Code to include Powerline Glyphs and other Nerd Fonts for the Windows TerminalSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....Microsoft released a nice new ligature-friendly open source font this week called Cascadia Code. It'll eventually be shipped with the open source Windows Terminal (you can get it from the store fee) but for now you can just download and install the..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 12 Sep 2019 22:43

Emulating a PlayStation 1 (PSX) entirely with C# and .NETSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I was reading an older post in an emulator forum where someone was asking for a Playstation 1 (PSX) emulator written in C#, and the replies went on and on about how C# and .NET are not suited for emulation, C# is far too slow, negativity, blah blah...."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 11 Sep 2019 00:10

How to fix dfu-util, STM, WinUSB, Zadig, Bootloaders and other Firmware Flashing issues on WindowsSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....I'm pretty happy with Windows 10 as my primary development box. It can do most anything I want, run a half-dozen Linuxes, and has a shiny new open source Terminal, and has great support for Docker now. However. For years - YEARS I SAY - Windows has..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 05 Sep 2019 22:31

Visual Studio now includes an integrated TerminalSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....It's early days (preview) but there's now a Terminal integrated into Visual Studio! Taking a nod from the 2017 plugin, the Terminal is now build in as an experimental feature using features from the NEW open source Windows Terminal. Rather than..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 04 Sep 2019 00:02

Introducing open source Windows 10 PowerToysSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....Yesterday the Windows Team announced the first preview and code release of PowerToys for Windows 10. This first preview includes two utilities: The Windows key shortcut guide. Just hold down WIN+KEY for help A pro window manager called FancyZones...."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 29 Aug 2019 23:12

Deploying a MSDeploy-packaged Web application to a Linux Azure App Service with Azure DevOpsSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....For bizarre and unknown historical reasons, when using MSDeploy to make a ZIP package to upload a website to a web server you get a massively deep silly path like yada/yada/C_C/Temp/package/WebApplication1/obj/Release/Package/PackageTmp. I use .NET..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 27 Aug 2019 20:46

Totally unsupported hacks - Add Windows Terminal to the Win+X Shortcut menuSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....You shouldn't do this and if you choose to do this you may hurt yourself or one of your beloved pets. You have been warned. The Windows+X hotkey has been around for many years as is a simple right-click style context list of Developer/Administrator..."
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Scott Hanselman's ComputerZen | 23 Aug 2019 00:03

dotnet new worker - Windows Services or Linux systemd services in .NET CoreSubscribe to this feed

Scott Hanselman writes "....You've long been able to write Windows Services in .NET and .NET Core, and you could certainly write a vanilla Console App and cobble something together for a long running headless service as well. However, the idea of a Worker Process, especially a..."
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Scott Hanselman

Microsoft

Portland, OR, USA