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At BUILD a few weeks ago I did a demo of the Azure Cloud Shell, now in preview. It's pretty fab and it's built into the Azure Portal and lives in your browser. You don't have to do anything, it's just there whenever you need it. I'm trying to convince them to enable "Quake Mode" so it would pop-up w...

Manling Zhang joins Scott Hanselman to show off HTTPS support for Azure CDN custom domains, which enables you to deliver secure content via SSL using your own domain name to improve the security of data while in transit. The end-to-end workflow to enable HTTPS for your custom domain is simplifi...

This last week Joseph Phillips tweeted that he was going to his first big tech conference and wanted some tips and suggestions. I have a TON of tips, but I know YOU have more, so I retweeted his request and prompted folks to reply. This was well timed as I had just gotten back from OSCON and BUILD,...

The BUILD Conference was lovely this last week, as was OSCON. I was fortunate to be at both. You can watch all the interviews and training sessions from BUILD 2017 on Channel 9. Here's a few sessions that you might be interested in. Scott Hunter, Kasey Uhlenhuth, and I had a session on .NET Standard...

Tons of great announcements this week at the BUILD conference. I'll slowly blog my take on some of the cooler features, but for now here's a rollup of the major blog posts for developers: Announcing .NET Core 2.0 Preview 1 Announcing ASP.NET Core 2.0 Preview 1 for .NET Web Developers You can downlo...

Aaron Roney saves Scott Hanselman the trouble of installing Azure CLI 2.0 prerequisites by setting him up with a pre-built Docker image. Azure CLI 2.0 is the cross-platform command-line tool for managing Azure resources, which is written in Python, updated every two weeks, and is available as o...

Aaron Roney joins Scott Hanselman to show off creating a SQL database in Azure from the command line using Azure CLI 2.0. Azure CLI 2.0 is the cross-platform command-line tool for managing Azure resources, which is written in Python, updated every two weeks, and is available as open source on GitHub...

The ASP.NET team announces the first preview version of the ASP.NET Core 2.0 framework, plus updates for ASP.NET 4.7 and WCF....

The ASP.NET team is pleased to share the first preview version of the ASP.NET Core 2.0 framework.  In this post, we’ll look at the new features and changes to the web framework that were announced at the Build 2017 keynote and sessions.  We will also look at some other updates that were published fo...

Today we’re pleased to announce the release of the first preview of Visual Studio 2017 Tools for Azure Functions. This preview introduces some exciting changes over our previous release. Beyond bringing support for Visual Studio 2017, this release: Enables creating pre-compiled C# functions that bri...

Aaron Roney joins Scott Hanselman to show off building and deploying a web app to Azure from the command line using Azure CLI 2.0 and Git. Azure CLI 2.0 is the cross-platform command-line tool for managing Azure resources, which is written in Python, updated every two weeks, and is available as open...

The .NET Core 2.0 roadmap was just announced and we saw some samples of the updated framework and tools in action. We’ve learned about the future of ASP.NET Core and how .NET Standard 2.0 will make our coding processes simpler. Bring your top questions for the team that is building the next generati...

Join us as we meet with Scott Hunter, Tim Heuer, and Miguel de Icaza to discuss the latest updates around .NET and UWP ...

Join us as we chat with Scott Hunter, Immo Landwerth, Richard Lander, and Damian Edwards about the latest updates to .NET Standard 2.0 and .NET Core 2.0 ...

SignalR is being reimagined for ASP.NET Core. In this session, we explore how we’re bringing the real-time web goodness you know and love to ASP.NET Core, while laying the foundations for bigger and bolder capabilities beyond HTTP. ...

Let’s take a look at what’s new in ASP.NET Core 2.0! A number of improvements big and small are here, and we walk you through them in this demo-filled session. See how ASP.NET Core 2.0 simplifies development, improves performance, and increases security. We show how getting started with ASP.NET Core...

There has never been a better time to be a .NET developer, you can now build Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, and Windows applications with .NET all in open source. In this session we run through some of the new innovations including the Microsoft .NET Framework updates, .NET Standard, Universal Windows Pl...

With the release of Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Studio for Mac as well as .NET Core 2.0 framework, a lot has changed in for the .NET frameworks and tools. In this demo-filled session, Scott will highlight the most important new features in the .NET frameworks, languages and tools that will make yo...

Visual Studio 2017 is now available for developers, and it is packed with new features to help you. From improved web tools and new unit testing capabilities, to improved profiling and language features, Scott will show you all of the cool features that make developing with Visual Studio an amazing ...

In this episode of Azure Friday, Steve Michelotti talks with Scott Hanselman about Azure Government, which provides a separate physical and network-isolated instance of Azure for federal, state, and local governments with a higher level of compliance for US Government workloads. Steve shows how easy...

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