How I Develop Locally With GitHub and Azure DevOps Repos

An amazing must read if you are looking for some GitHub and DevOps materials …

The Frog Pond of Technology

A peer of mine recently asked about how I manage local code (projects, solutions, Git repos, etc.) that may or may not be synced to a cloud repository (GitHub, Azure DevOps, etc.)  Since I previously blogged about How I Blog – Updated 2018 and I’m a fan of re-using how many keys I have left I thought I would share my personal local development process.

Disclaimer

I like to to tell people that “I play a developer on TV”, meaning it has been at least 10 years since I’ve written code as a consultant that was actually deployed to a production system.  Sure I’ve written (or collaborated on) many samples (ex. .Net Core console sample for Microsoft Graph) and proof of concepts for customers these past 10 years, but it wasn’t the primary focus of my job.  So balance everything that I share with what others such as my…

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