SQL Saturday LA 2023 - Easy Data Transfer Using (and Extending) the Cosmos DB Data Migration Tool

Thanks to everyone for attending and to the organizers and sponsors for a great event! Slides Data Migration Tool GitHub Project GUI Branch CSV Extension PR Data Migration Tool in Microsoft Docs SQL Saturday

June 10, 2023 · 1 min · 34 words · John Bowen

Git for .NET Developers - DevBoston User Group

Slides: Git for .NET Developers Links Git Project Home: Info and reference materials GitHub: Popular hosting for Git projects with free public repos or private repos with paid accounts. Get the GitHub for Windows client from here or use the GitHub plugin in Visual Studio 2015 RC. Visual Studio Online: Online TFS with Git as a source control option. Free accounts with unlimited private repos all integrated with the rest of the TFS tool suite....

June 5, 2015 · 2 min · 388 words · John Bowen

Git for .NET developers @ Boston Code Camp 23

Thanks to all the organizers and sponsors and to everyone for attending! Special thanks to all the volunteer Changesets/Commits for helping out with the experimental demo! If you want to play around go to the demo project on GitHub. Feel free to clone, fork, submit pull requests, or let me know if you want to be added as contributor to try out anything without fear of breaking a real project....

March 21, 2015 · 2 min · 214 words · John Bowen

Roslyn and the future of .NET languages – Language Features

Boston Code Camp 22 materials: Slides | Language Features Demo Code | Post on Extensions The new Visual Studio 2015 Roslyn language features include a grab bag of nice changes to help make code more compact and readable. This isn’t an exhaustive list but some of my favorites. Getter only and initialized auto-properties public string Name { get; } = "John"; This is a much simplified way to create readonly properties, which previously required a full property with a backing field declared as readonly....

November 22, 2014 · 2 min · 355 words · John Bowen

Roslyn and the future of .NET languages – Extensions

Boston Code Camp 22 materials: Slides | Extension Demo Code | Post on Language Features With the new code editors in Visual Studio 2015 now written around the Roslyn compiler a whole new level of extensibility is available both for built in features and user created extensions. If you’ve worked with Visual Studio extensibility before a Roslyn extension can a big improvement both in ease of coding and end user experience....

November 22, 2014 · 2 min · 414 words · John Bowen