Jürgen Gutsch - 24 July, 2020
The team was quite happy about the fact that it is possible to fails the build on a code style error via the .editorconfig. But there was one question I couldn't really answer: Does this also work for .NET Framework? It should, but does it really work? Let's see. And also see me stumbling upon a mistake inside the last post.
Jürgen Gutsch - 22 July, 2020
Since almost a year I do a lot of Python projects. Actually Python isn't that bad. Python and Flask to build web applications work almost similar to NodeJS and ExpressJS. People who are used to use Python know Jupyter Notebooks to create interactive documentations. Microsoft is working on .NET Interactive and kernels for Jupyter Notebook. You are now able to write interactive documentations in Jupyter Notebook using C#, F# and PowerShell, as well.
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