- Running WebAssembly and WASI with .NET
I used to work for Eric, so this is exactly the sort of brilliant insanity that I've come to expect from him: taking C, compiling it to WebAssembly, then converting that to .NET code. Pinvoke is… annoying. But converting native dependencies to .NET assemblies? Now that's interesting.
- A Look at New language features in C# 8
As somebody who's been working with .NET off-and-on since before 1.0, it's incredible to me that .NET Framework 8.0 is coming soon. This is a nice look at some of the interesting new features coming, like indices, ranges and null-coalescing assignment.
- Using the Azure CLI for IaC
Are you interested in using the Azure command-line interface to create resources? I certainly am. A look at the information you need to use the Azure CLI successfully, and an example of how to use PowerShell to create resources.
- 10 insanely useful Git commands you wish existed – and their alternatives
The git command-line application can be a harsh user interface. After all, wouldn't it be nice if there was an easy undo? A look at some common problems that you can run into with git, how you might think about the solution, and the actual commands that solve the problem.
Published at the beginning of every week.
Created by Edward Thomson.
Do you have news about developer tools? Did you
write an article about methodologies? Did you
release a new library? Let me know, I'm
@ethomson on Twitter.