Jim Bennett

Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, Xamarin Certified Developer, author of Xamarin In Action, blogger, speaker, father and lover of beer, whisky and Thai food. Opinions are my own.

  Redmond, WA, USA

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Xamarin In Action

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Run Visual Studio Code on a Raspberry Pi

It's finally here! An official supported version of VS Code that runs on a Raspberry Pi! ICYMI: VS Code now officially supports @Raspberry_Pi too! 🍰 ➡️ Download the Linux ARM and ARM64 builds here: https://t.co/aMc3pDFkDu pic.twitter.com/gsATu20K4X — Visual Studio Code (@code) October 11, 2020 This to me is great news. The Raspberry Pi is a…

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Open anything in VS Code using a MacOS quick action

I've been getting fed up with the long winded process to open things in VS Code - you know, typing in the terminal, opening VS Code and dragging folders in, that sort of long, manual process... #FirstWorldProblems 😜 I thought it would be fun to automate the whole thing, using Automator! If you haven't used Automator, it's a great little tool. Yo…

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Run Visual Studio Code on a Raspberry Pi

It's finally here! An official supported version of VS Code that runs on a Raspberry Pi! ICYMI: VS Code now officially supports @Raspberry_Pi too! 🍰 ➡️ Download the Linux ARM and ARM64 builds here: https://t.co/aMc3pDFkDu pic.twitter.com/gsATu20K4X — Visual Studio Code (@code) October 11, 2020 This to me is great news. The Raspberry Pi is a…

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Open anything in VS Code using a MacOS quick action

I've been getting fed up with the long winded process to open things in VS Code - you know, typing in the terminal, opening VS Code and dragging folders in, that sort of long, manual process... #FirstWorldProblems 😜 I thought it would be fun to automate the whole thing, using Automator! If you haven't used Automator, it's a great little tool. Yo…

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