Some days ago I wrote a blog post about Azure release Pipelines (CD) and how we can’t use YAML in that. The only option is to do it visually with designer. If I compare this with GitHub workflows, there we can write CI and CD both in YAML syntax.
After that I found a blog post from Microsoft dev blog saying we can use YAML for CD in Azure Pipelines as well. Designing a release pipeline visually with designer, is a legacy way of doing CD now.
Recently I found that we can execute a PowerShell script in a docker container. There is a base image for PowerShell in docker hub and you can use that to create your own image with your PowerShell script. Now when you create docker image and container from that, your PowerShell script can execute inside that container.
My custom PowerShell prompt without the use of oh-my-posh. Create or open file with name Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 at location C:\Users\<your user name>\Documents\PowerShell\ and paste this code inside that. Then open a PowerShell window to check the prompt.
I blogged about how terminal is becoming popular for .NET developers. There are many people who do not use IDE like ‘Visual Studio’ for basic work instead they use editor like ‘Visual Studio Code’ and terminal. Almost all the things you can do from terminal as a .NET developer now.