Tag Archives: VS2015

Workaround for excluding assemblies from code coverage in TFS2015 build

Our build server is TFS2015 and Microsoft promises that we can customize code coverage analysis. But with runsettings setup to exclude assemblies from code coverage exceptions fail the build. Not nice. Today we figured out how to work around this and exclude an … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap and links: Visual Studio 2015 released post by Scott Hanselman Rhino Service Bus, the freeware alternative to nservicebus Vortex, the kickstarter robot for the family Image courtesy of kanate / FreeDigitalPhotos.net What are your best reads this … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap and links: Shim for System.Environment.MachineName on msdn; you’ll need to edit the fakes configuration file Visual Studio 2015 Final Release Event on June 20th Docker Visual Studio Extension [ video] on Azure friday Image courtesy of kanate … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap and links: IntelliTrace in Visual Studio Enterprise 2015, since I’m on Premium now this will become part of my toolkit Octopus integration with TFS Build vNext, the title says it all. Be ready for this! Windows 10 … Continue reading

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Don’t use VS2013 Roslyn Preview

Imagine the following class diagram and what the compiler would do with the code below. VS2013 Compiling the source in VS2013 will succeed. Running the ObjectHelper.ThisIsDifferent() in the Immediate Window will print do something base object. So we can conclude … Continue reading

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Week 46 roundup

Last week recap and links: Scott Hanselman posted about the .NET 2015 releases. Mac and Linux, open source and visual studio community Browser stack was hacked. They write about what happend on their site. Net neutrality? Oatmeal replies to Ted … Continue reading

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