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Guy Barrette

Freelance developer and Azure MVP in Montreal, Canada

Visual Studio Talk Show: VueJS

Nous discutons avec Laurent Duveau de Vue.js (aussi appelé plus simplement Vue), un framework JavaScript open-source utilisé pour construire des interfaces utilisateur. Passionné par les technologies web et mobiles depuis maintenant 22 ans, Laurent est toujours à l'affut

.NET Core on Docker Roadmap

Richard Lander, Program Manager on the .NET Team, has published a .NET Core on Docker roadmap.  Here are a few key points taken from his post: We are now hardening the runtime to make it container-aware and function efficiently in low-memory environments. With .NET Core 3.0, we found ways to s

Error installing .NET Core SDK on Pop!_OS - Fixed

I got errors trying to install the .NET Core SDK on Pop!_OS.  Since this distro is based on Ubuntu, I followed the Ubuntu install steps but ran into an error running the install command. sudo apt-get install dotnet-sdk-2.2 The following packages have unmet dependencies: dotnet-sdk-2.2 : Depen

SharePoint/Office365 Saturday Montréal 2019

Samedi le 11 mai, aura lieu l’événement Office 365 et Dynamics 365 de l’année à Montréal!  Une conférence d’une journée organisé en collaboration par : Le groupe d’usagers SharePoint Le groupe d’usagers Micro

Global Azure Bootcamp Montreal - Demos and Labs

I had a blast speaking about containers at the Global Azure Bootcamp in Montreal on April 27, 2019.  If you didn't have a chance to attend the event, the content of the entire day is available on GitHub.  Thanks to Stéphane Lapointe, Alain Vézina, Dominique St-Amand and Migue

Wrong user on GitHub commit

Today I learned that if the local Git email is set to a wrong email address and you commit, you may end up committing as not you on GitHub.  During a demo, I set my local Git email to git config --global "" Well, when doing a commit, it appeared to has been

Running Azure CLI in Bash issue

When trying to use the Azure CLI in Bash, the az command wouldn't work so I had to use az.cmd instead.  One solution I found is taken from this StackOverflow question.  You simply need to create a symbolic link to az.cmd. mklink "%SYSTEMROOT%\az" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Azur

AppDB Studio: new SQL Management Studio extension

Yesterday at the Montreal Data Platform user group, Etienne Thouin launched and presented a brand new product called AppDB.Studio 2019.  It's an extension to Microsoft's SQL Server Management Studio that helps DBAs and developers create and maintain databases by generating clean T-SQL code acco