Visual Studio Code Remote Development allows you to use a container, remote machine, or the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) as a full-featured development environment.

  • Develop on the same operating system you deploy to or use larger or more specialized hardware.
  • Sandbox your development environment to avoid impacting your local machine configuration.
  • Make it easy for new contributors to get started and keep everyone on a consistent environment.
  • Use tools or runtimes not available on your local OS or manage multiple versions of them.
  • Develop your Linux-deployed applications using the Windows Subsystem for Linux.
  • Access an existing development environment from multiple machines or locations.
  • Debug an application running somewhere else such as a customer site or in the cloud.

Brigit Murtaugh, a PM with VS Code, will walk you through the benefits of remote development workflows and then demonstrate how to set things up using VS Code, WSL, Windows Terminal, a remote desktop machine, and a Virtual Machine (VM).

Topics: 

  • 0:37 What is remote development? What are the benefits?
  • 1:40 Why is remote development a priority for VS Code?
  • 3:00  How do I set up a remote dev environment in VS Code?
  • 4:35 What is SSH? How do I do remote dev work with SSH?
  • 6:27 Demo: Use SSH to debug on a remote machine and virtual machine.
  • 17:30 What is WSL? Why is it good for remote dev work with VS Code?
  • 19:39 Demo: Use WSL to run a Python app in Linux but debug on Windows.
  • 26:33 What about remote development with Docker containers?
  • 27:30 Tabs vs Spaces?
  • 29:01 Where can I learn more?

Kevin Stratvert shows us in this step-by-step tutorial how to use your iPhone or Android Phone as a Microphone for you Windows, Mac, or Linux PC.

Download & install Wo Mic: https://wolicheng.com/womic/Audacity Recorder: https://www.audacityteam.org


Index:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:13 Install on iPhone or Android
  • 4:33 Install desktop client
  • 4:55 Install virtual microphone driver
  • 6:25 Connect phone with PC
  • 7:41 Test recording using phone as mic
  • 8:38 Using Wo Mic in Zoom
  • 8:57 Using Wo Mic in Teams
  • 9:23 Uninstalling Wo Mic from phone & PC
  • 10:53 Wrap up

There are a variety of ways to publish .NET Core applications.

In the video below, Todd Gardner shares his experience with publishing self contained .NET applications to Linux.

Index:

  • [02:10] – What does the application architecture look like?
  • [04:42] – Exploring the worker processes
  • [10:50] – Collecting metrics
  • [12:55] – Self contained deployments

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