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(TL;DR This month I learnt a lot about the importance of package management, maintenance and the minimisation of dependencies.) It’s been a little while since my last blog, I’ve been pretty bogged down in a world of packages, .NET frameworks and testing. And it all started with what I thought would be a simple update […]

As I mentioned in a previous post (and also covered by Matthew) at the start of every year we clean up our core intellectual property (~100 projects), and re-evaluate our tool-chain. NuGet Packages are now the de facto standard (for better or worse) in the .NET ecosystem, and have become one of the biggest causes […]

Microsoft Azure Web Apps (formerly known as Azure Websites) has a very useful inbuilt continuous integration and deployment engine called Kudu (it’s also open source; under an Apache 2.0 license, and you can also host it outside of Azure). Kudu supports a continuous integration and deployment workflow against VSO, GitHub, TeamCity, Hudson and BitBucket. If […]

There’s a lot of documentation available around NuGet and how to create/publish packages, etc. But when I looked for a simple step-by-step guide on how to test a package locally, I couldn’t find any […]