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CI and CD Pipeline for Rework

My first YouTube Video

CI and CD Pipeline for Rework

Short post here.

Just wanted to notify my loyal reader base of a YouTube video that I have put up showing how the continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline works for Rework. The video was filmed via live stream on my LiveCoding.tv channel but I also uploaded it to YouTube

So, without further adieu:



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New Version of Rework Available

My helper is slowly becoming something useful

New Version of Rework Available

Happy to make a quick announcement that Rework is slowly getting useful!

A new version is out and features some more handy string functions for truncating strings. The library is still very light but does help eradicate some silly boilerplate code

Check it out on Nuget and Github or simple install it with the Nuget Package Manager command Install-Package Rework


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My First Nuget Package: Rework

I am so tired of rewriting the same code over and over and over again

My First Nuget Package: Rework

So I have been wanting to do this for a while but finally got around to creating a reusable C# library.  

The library contains all the sort of helper functions that you tend to re-write, redo or "Rework". It is currently quite light but is fully unit tested and highly reliable. I am using AppVeyor for Continuous Integration and Deployment to Nuget.

I am hoping to do a video at some point on just how easy it is to setup a project in AppVeyor. For more info on the project, it's features and how to use it. Simple head over to Github.

If you like the library and want to add to it, feel free to contact me or put in a pull request.


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