You may have noticed that this site has been a bit inactive since August. The end of 2016 was quite the whirlwind end-of-year for me; however, I'm looking forward to getting more content on here this year! And don't forget, there are many other places you can hear from me.... read more →
I was able to stop by the MS Dev Show booth while at That Conference to chat with Carl about the news. Check it out!
Thanks to everyone that came out to my That Conference talk! Below you'll find all the links to code, the presentation, and sources. Sadly, the video did not turn out. (more…)
Another #BrandonEpisode of the #msdevshow where we talk about the announcements from Microsoft's latest //build/ conference: Also, congrats on 100 episodes to the MS Dev Show team; glad I could be a part of a big mileestone!
A problem that my team has been running into on-and-off since working with ASP.NET Core is having a local install of our node toolchain fighting with Visual Studio's built-in version of node. Luckily, my coworker discovered the source of the issue (thanks, Pete!). (more…)
Another #BrandonEpisode of the #msdevshow where we talk about working remotely and telecommuting in general:
If you haven't been paying attention to the "New Microsoft", you may have missed that a lot of their new code is ending up on places like Github. Included in that is the backbone of their new Visual Studio Team Services build and deploy services: tasks. In exploring the Github... read more →
I finally had a chance to get our codebase to the release candidate of ASP.NET 5. Excited to have a supported release available and more-or-less production-ready! As usual, here are my personal release notes to my team on the upgrade process. Good Afternoon, Everyone: The upgrade to release candidate 1... read more →
I join the awesome hosts of the MS Dev Show to discuss some of the announcements from Microsoft's Connect() 2015 conference. We touch on ASP.NET 5, Visual Studio Team Services, and Visual Studio Code. Check out the podcast here: vs connect 2015 with brandon martinez | msdevshow.com
I don't know why it took me so long to figure this out, but it's totally possible to deploy binaries from the DNU toolchain instead of source folders. (more…)