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Archive for May 6th, 2020

CI/CD with .NET Core 2.0, VS Code, GitHub, Azure, and Docker: Intro

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/05/06

For my link archive because it shows so well how to use the dotnet command:

  1. [WayBack] CI/CD with .NET Core 2.0, VS Code, GitHub, Azure, and Docker: Intro
  2. [WayBack] CI/CD with .NET Core 2.0: Visual Studio Team Services
  3. [WayBack] CI/CD with .NET Core 2.0: Docker – Coding is Life
  4. [WayBack] CI/CD with .NET Core 2.0: Deploying to Azure – Coding is Life

Repository: [WayBack] GitHub – cmwilliams/numbertrivia: Tutorial Code

–jeroen

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“cushion treemap” delphi – Google Search

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/05/06

For my link archive below a few links from “cushion treemap” delphi – Google Search.

The reason: I like Sequoiaview a lot, but it has a few issues (of which I wrote in SequoiaView Homepage) and lacks a few things too.

WinDirStat is nice, but could be a lot cleaner. Both lack one feature I’d love to have: light-weight automatic updating on NTFS volumes.

Everything does the latter, but does not do graphical output as it is focused on being a blindingly fast indexing and searching tool (I like it a lot so there is even a category on my blog for it: Everything by VoidTools).

It would be cool if both could be hooked together, which would require a cushion treemap in Delphi and an API to access the Everything database.

So here are links that might help with the first:

–jeroen

 

 

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Cool hacking stuff…

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/05/06

Boy, it is indeed a game of walls and ladders:

–jeroen

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