In this session we'll be exploring the LiveShare plugin for Visual Studio to see how it can benefit you or your team. As a group, we'll be diving into a .NET Core application which has a few bugs to iron out. Practicing good communication with the aid of LiveShare, each participant will be able to view the entire project structure and code-base individually (and locally on your own machine), as well as being able to run and debug the application, which is a huge benefit over a typical screen share session.
- Sharing a session
- Joining a session
- Focus Participants
- Running an application
- Debugging an application
- Please bring your laptop, this will be an interactive presentation.
- Visual Studio 2017 or Visual Studio Code (Mac/Linux users, please use Visual Studio Code)
Nice to haves:
- Update to the latest version of your IDE if possible.
- Download and install your IDE's version of the LiveShare plugin
- VS Code -> https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MS-vsliveshare.vsliveshare-pack
- VS 2017 -> https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MS-vsliveshare.vsls-vs
- Download and install the latest .NET Core 2.2 SDK
Presented by Adam Vincent
- Twitter: @entity_adam
- GitHub: https://github.com/entityadam
I am a Software Engineer at Applied Information Sciences (AIS) and relatively new to the game with 3 years of experience in C# and the .NET stack. I am an advocate for Clean Code, Humane Code and other variants of developing software that is structured not only to meet the requirements of the user, but also software that can be read and maintained because the code clearly communicates the intent of the code.
Food will NOT be provided.