I can sum my experience with trying to use MSDeploy and Powershell together with a single word: hell. MSDeploy.exe does not play nicely with PowerShell, but thanks to some help from James and a lot of trial-and-error, I’ve got it sort-of working now. Here’s a tail of my journey. Hopefully you, brave reader, will learn…
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Almost have a branch of SpecsFor working on .NET Core now...
Dear Future Developers - half of your work day will be spent interacting with other humans. Do yourself a favor and take a few writing and public speaking courses in school.
also - it wouldn’t hurt to practice being a good, compassionate, patient human being
Portman received $64,877 in campaign donations from gun rights groups during the 2015-2016 campaign cycle and received an "A" grade from the NRA. He's received $3,061,941 from the NRA over the course of his career as an elected official https://t.co/Y8EJPrCR5V #thoughtsandprayers https://t.co/NOZYzQ21pG
So somehow my Visual Studio pro subscription got unlinked from my account, and now Microsoft can't find it. Followed links for help online, got 404s, called support number, got "I don't see that purchase." Suggestions?