I feel bad that I neglected you for two weeks in a row. Aside from the regular work at the day job
, the background noise that has defined 2020 has made it tough to focus on my many side projects. Thankfully, Scott Hanselman has some great resources if you're also struggling.
- Quarantine work is not Remote work
If you're struggling right now, you're not alone. It can be hard to balance the feelings of good fortune that you have a job, when so many people are unemployed, with the uncertainty that the coronavirus brings. Adjusting to working in quarantine during a crisis is challenging, and there are resources for you.
- GitHub Protips: Tips, tricks, hacks, and secrets
Many of us use GitHub on a daily basis - heck, some of us spend more time there than our IDEs. If you live in GitHub, it's helpful to know all about the productivity boosters that you can use to speed up your browsing, find your notifications, and conquer markdown.
- Using xUnit to Test your C# Code
When I was working on GitHub Actions, I would often help people automate their build and test processes, only to find out that … they didn't have a test process. 😳 For .NET development in 2020, I think that there's no finer test framework than xUnit.
- Git at 15: How Git Changed the Way We Code
As somebody who's worked in developer tools for many, many years, it's hard for me to believe that Git just had its fifteenth birthday. If you've only ever used Git, then it might be interesting to look back on how version control systems used to work.
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