Tag: powershell

Simple PowerShell Function for Publishing to NuGet

I’ve created a simple, re-usable function you can put in your PowerShell profile that will publish a package to NuGet or a local test feed.  This little script allowed me to remove redundant scripts that were scattered across my various projects. [more] I maintain a lot of packages on NuGet these days (seven at last…

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Random Link Roundup–8/22/2014

Happy Friday again!  Here are more random, useful links I’ve come across over the last week. [more] Typ.io – nifty little tool for picking complimentary fonts! Just Say No to Justification – Design for Hackers author David Kadavy talks about why justification works in some mediums, but also illustrates why you shouldn’t use it on…

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Painless Workstation Setup with Boxstarter

I recently used Boxstarter to set my development machine back up after a format.  Boxstarter is a game-changer for Windows.  I create a simple Powershell script, ran a simple command, then walked away as my machine spent the next several hours downloading, installing, and rebooting, all without me lifting another finger.  When the dust settled,…

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Using Cloudmailin’ with ASP.NET MVC

I’m building an ASP.NET MVC app that receives E-mail via Cloudmailin.com’s service.   In this post, I’ll show you how to create a handler for Cloudmailin using MVC, and I’ll show you how to test that handler locally. [more] Receiving Data From Cloudmailin Cloudmailin is a service that takes E-mail messages and posts them to a…

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