Gerando sistemas web de qualidade em .NET Core 2.0 com EF e Dapper, DDD, Angular 5 e Bootstrap 4.

Criando sistemas web de qualidade em .NET Core 2.0, DDD, EF Core 2.0, Dapper, com versionamento de APIs, Swagger, Angular 5, angular-cli, TypeScript, Bootstrap 4, testes unitários com xUnit.net… source

What’s New for Chrome debugging in VS Code

December 20, 2017 by Kenneth Auchenberg Over the recent months, we have been busy improving the Chrome debugging experience for Visual Studio Code, and today we are happy to release three new features that we think will make client-side JavaScript Continue reading What’s New for Chrome debugging in VS Code

Visual Studio Code Can Do That? — Smashing Magazine

About two years ago, I begrudgingly opened Visual Studio Code (VS Code) for the first time. The only reason I even did so is that I was working on a TypeScript project (also quite begrudgingly) and I was tired of Continue reading Visual Studio Code Can Do That? — Smashing Magazine

Bogdan-Lyashenko/js-code-to-svg-flowchart: Generate beautiful SVG flowcharts from JavaScript. Learn other’s code. Design your code. Refactor code. Document code. Explain code.

Why? While I’ve been working on Under-the-hood-ReactJS I spent enormous amount of time on creating schemes. Each change in code or flowchart affects all entire scheme instantly, forcing you to move and align ‘broken pieces’. Just repeated manual work… Imagine Continue reading Bogdan-Lyashenko/js-code-to-svg-flowchart: Generate beautiful SVG flowcharts from JavaScript. Learn other’s code. Design your code. Refactor code. Document code. Explain code.

Kaspersky Says Suspected NSA Code Was Lifted From U.S. Computer

(Bloomberg) — Russian cybersecurity giant Kaspersky Lab said it uploaded secret data linked to the National Security Agency from a personal computer in the U.S., though it said staff destroyed the material and didn’t show it to anyone outside the company. Continue reading Kaspersky Says Suspected NSA Code Was Lifted From U.S. Computer

Kaspersky Says Suspected NSA Code Was Lifted From U.S. Computer

(Bloomberg) — Russian cybersecurity giant Kaspersky Lab said it uploaded secret data linked to the National Security Agency from a personal computer in the U.S., though it said staff destroyed the material and didn’t show it to anyone outside the company. Continue reading Kaspersky Says Suspected NSA Code Was Lifted From U.S. Computer