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Joseph N. Musser II
Addicted to software development. Member of the NUnit Core Team. .NET Foundation member and Microsoft MVP.
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Joseph N. Musser II 2h
Replying to @MeikTranel @GlennCoder
Right. Thought by spinning up a timestamping container you meant running your own timestamping service, so I was pointing out that you'd need an additional (trusted timestamping) certificate for that.
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Joseph N. Musser II 2h
Replying to @MeikTranel @GlennCoder
You need a timestamping cert that has a chain that can be trusted, too.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 23
Replying to @GlennCoder
Nope. The free timestamp server provided by one of the cert authorities we use is flakey and slow, so we use a different free timestamp server.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 20
Ooh that makes it more likely.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 20
I'm not expecting this to really come up by accident. Reminds me of 😁
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 20
I think the team rejected `!is` a while back. `is not` is coming soon though.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 17
Replying to @JYCabello @barnson
Hey, if you switch to the desktop site, the edit history is all there.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 16
Replying to @barnson
Sometimes things like this make me wonder if it's an internet-connected AI trying to do... something.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 16
Replying to @barnson
This is amazing.
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Marc Gravell Jun 15
This might not look like much, but for me this is huge: GRPC using 's Grpc.DotNet, but instead of the Google clients, this uses "code-first" client+server, protobuf-net, and has a much more idiomatic .NET API (it also has more advanced modes, not shown)
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 14
VS2019 is worth it, but I do agree. The extensions menu hurts me as a VS user. I use those menus frequently for two extensions, and VS2019 slows me down. Ability to opt back in to showing them on the main menu would be nice.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 13
I mean, HttpClient has children the same way...
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 13
HttpClient, and Task. And many times, CancellationTokenSource.
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Nick Craver Jun 10
Replying to @Nick_Craver
FWIW, part of every new Windows 10 install for me is disabling Bing search results from the start menu: Set-ItemProperty -Path "HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search" -Name "BingSearchEnabled" -Type DWord -Value 0 It removes the store results as well.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 3
Replying to @FransBouma @Joe_Stead
Oddly, I'm working on a solution where VS's Test Explorer is fast and ReSharper takes forever to build and get started running.
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Joseph N. Musser II Jun 2
Replying to @RehanSaeedUK
How far back, e.g. net45 or net35?
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Joseph N. Musser II May 31
I have always done `var foo = (Foo)null`.
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Joseph N. Musser II May 30
Oh, sorry :')
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Joseph N. Musser II May 30
This is super useful when your org has multiple repositories and issues are frequently opened in the wrong repo. This is basically a dream come true!
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Joseph N. Musser II May 30
I'm so happy right now! Thank you!
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