Submitting Your First Pull Request to Xamarin.Forms | The Xamarin Show | The Xamarin Show

Posted on Posted in git, Xamarin, Xamarin.forms

This week, James is joined by friend of the show E.Z. Hart, Xamarin.Forms Engineer, who shows off how to send our first pull request to Xamarin.Forms (or any GitHub project) through, Visual Studio, and command line! Show Links: GitHub – Xamarin.Forms Blog – A Beginner’s Guide for Contributing to Xamarin.Forms Find James on: Twitter, GitHub, Blog, and […]

TWC9: Microsoft Buys GitHub, New Visual Studio Updates, TechDays Online UK and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in GALs, git, GitHub, Visual Studio Code

This week on Channel 9, Christina is preparing to head to London, but first, we’ve got to handle the latest developer news, including: [00:20] Microsoft Buys GitHub see the GitHub blog post and the note from incoming CEO Nat Friedman and Nat’s Reddit AMA [01:24] Also check out Lori Lamkin’s post for what the GitHub […]

Jasmine Greenaway – Git tools in Visual Studio | On .NET

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Almost every software developer is using Git and has a GitHub account for either their personal or work projects. In this episode, we have Jasmine Greenaway (@paladique) joining Rich Lander (@RunFaster2000) to talk about the official GitHub extension for Visual Studio. [00:56] – How long has GitHub been working on this extension?  [02:11] – Functionality  included […]

Interview with Edward Thomson (Git in VSTS)

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In this interview, recorded live from Ignite 2017, Senior Cloud Developer Advocate Damian Brady interviews Senior Program Manager Edward Thomson about Git in Visual Studio Team Services. [00:19] Source control options in VSTS and TFS[02:20] Microsoft Engineering’s move to VSTS and Git[03:52] Managing Git at scale – GVFS[06:05] Accessing a Git repository in VSTS Blog: Damovisa.meFollow @damovisa Follow @ethomson […]