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Continuous Deploy in Visual Studio Team Services

by Joe on Jun 23rd in Visual Studio, Web Development

A few months ago, I wrote about my experience migrating a client into Azure. Now, there’s more! Visual Studio Team Services has released some pretty awesome features related to Build and Release management. Here’s a quick overview of what I did to get a Continuous Deploy scenario set up recently. Environment Setup 3 Deployment Slots […]

GitIgnore in subdirectories of Git Repos

by Joe on Apr 25th in tools

Okay – fair warning… For those of you who have been using Git for EONS this may seem obvious. Did you know you can add .gitignore files in sub-directories? I did not! I discovered this when I told SmartGit to ignore *.html files. In a specific project, I don’t need them because they are just LinqPad […]

Cleaned up my sample code

by Joe on Jan 31st in GitHub

Tags The Simple Injection Example I posted on GitHub was bothering me a little. It was just kind of hideous. I went through and, hopefully, made it a little easier to follow my thought process. I went one step at a time and posted them as Releases to my Master Branch, using Release Tags. If you’re […]

Visual Studio Online for Visual Basic 6?

by Joe on Dec 6th in Visual Studio

So I have a couple of Visual Basic 6 applications I maintain, and one of the big issues I have had was the lack of GOOD source control available for a small business person like myself. Until now. VisualStudio.com provides an online instance of TFS – we know this… But what I hadn’t thought about […]

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