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Tagged: April 2019 Blog Posts

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How I solved Jessica’s NYC Parking Problem with Twitter, Twilio and NO CODE

I’ve been reading a lot of great content on dev.to lately (seriously you should go check it out and follow some tags…great community there) and came across this great headline “How I Solved My NYC Parking Problem With Python, the Search Tweets API and Twilio” by Jessica Garson, a Developer Advocate at Twitter.  Jessica was trying to solve a problem that NYC folks have when trying to determine when to move their street-side parked cars each night due to ‘alternate  side regulations’ which determine when certain sides of roads can be used or the regulations won’t be enforced due to...

Making my NuGet Package more trusted with signing and doing it all in Azure DevOps Pipelines

Like most things in life, this all started with someone’s message on Twitter.Blogged: Why NuGet Package Signing Is Not (Yet) for Me. https://t.co/4RSes2Bo4rA close look at NuGet package signing feature, where it's useful, and in which ways it falls short.— Boom Haackalacka (@haacked) April 3, 2019 You can code-sign a NuGet Package?  I don’t know why I didn’t know that other than I figured I had no idea that I should care or have even given a second thought to it.  But Phil’s article and subsequent discussion on Twitter made me just realize I should take a look at the...


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