Tag: github

  • GitHub Codespaces talk (Slides & Sample Code)

    GitHub Codespaces talk (Slides & Sample Code)

    I just finished up giving a talk for DevBoston on GitHub Codespaces. GitHub Codespaces: Seriously, You Can Develop in a Browser Codespaces from GitHub lets you develop in a browser.  Seriously.  In a browser.  And it’s great.  It’s amazing.  It’s not a toy either – it’s for real actual work.  It’s basically Visual Studio Code […]

  • GitHub Actions for Building, Testing, and Deploying .NET Core & ASP.NET Core Apps

    GitHub Actions for Building, Testing, and Deploying .NET Core & ASP.NET Core Apps

    Seems like there’s a lot of action(s) happening over on GitHub.  How do I get a piece of that action(s)?  Wheee!  Puns!  (I’ve been cooped up in my house too long.) So if you’re a .NET Core developer or an ASP.NET Core developer who maybe uses Entity Framework Core (EF Core), how do you deploy your apps using GitHub […]

  • Lazy Commit: A single gitconfig alias for stage, commit, and push

    Lazy Commit: A single gitconfig alias for stage, commit, and push

    I’ve been doing a fair bit of development with GitHub Actions lately for continuous integration and continuous deploy pipelines (CI/CD). Here’s what the process has been like: try something in the YAML file for the build, commit something to cause the GitHub Action to run, see why it failed, repeat. In the beginning, my git […]