Azure DevOps and the Code Coverage

Although Microsoft offers a solution to calculate natively the code coverage, it generates several problems: difference in results between the Build Server and “Visual Studio ...
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Visual Studio 2019 – My favorite new features

It has been a few days since Microsoft released the latest version of Visual Studio 2019. You can download it for free from the website ...
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DevDay, the event where developers meet other developers, led by developers

500 developers have come to Belgium to attend several dozen of technical sessions. 6 years ago, the Developers’ Day (DevDay.be), was born in the minds ...
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Git – Best practices

Since some times, I work with several developers in my team. They are all connected to a GIT repository (TFS or VSTS) and they regularly ...
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How to debug Angular with VSCode

Here is a quick procedure to configure your Angular project to allow debugging in VSCode via breakpoints, … Install the Chrome Debugger Extension Create the ...
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SSL certification of an Azure website, via Let’s Encrypt

More and more sites are accessible via https (SSL) and recent browsers recommend accessing websites using this protocol. For some time, the Certificate Authorities (CA) ...
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How to create a WebAPI authenticated by JWT?

JSON Web Token (JWT) is an open standard (RFC 7519) to exchange information securely via a signed token. For example, a server could issue a ...
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TargetInvocationException – How to break on the correct line

In many modern applications, you use Task or Threads to optimize your code. But when an exception occurred, you receive a generic exception like System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException: ...
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[Tip] Windows 10 – Display Menu to the Left or to the Right of your hand.

If like me, your PC is configured to display Visual Studio menu to the left of my hand. Of course, your are using Visual Studio ...
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Quick tip about SqlCmd.exe 13

Some days ago, I’ve installed Visual Studio 2017 and today, I’ve try to execute a simple SQL query with SQLCMD.EXE. What’s the problem ? No ...
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