Jim Bennett

🤖 I do things with IoT and academic advocacy in the DevRel team at Microsoft.

  Redmond, WA, USA

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Xamarin In Action

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Trying out Try .NET

Try .NET is a new thing to come from the .NET teams that allows you to, well, try .NET. In a browser. You can think of it as a way to create interactive .NET documentation using .NET Core. What is Try .NETThe experience or writing code in a browser itself isn't new, developers have been able to try out C# coding snippets in the browser for a while…

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Trying out Try .NET

Try .NET is a new thing to come from the .NET teams that allows you to, well, try .NET. In a browser. You can think of it as a way to create interactive .NET documentation using .NET Core. What is Try .NETThe experience or writing code in a browser itself isn't new, developers have been able to try out C# coding snippets in the browser for a while…

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Setting iOS permission descriptions in Visual Studio 2017

I spend most of my developer day using Visual Studio for Mac, but occasionally I flip back to Visual Studio 2017 on Windows. Last time I flipped back I tried to build an app that uses the camera and I got stuck on one simple thing - setting the camera usage description. If you double click on the info.plist file in an iOS app project, it will open…

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