"if anyone is rustled by this you can comment below and tell me everything I am doing wrong in my life"
Nearly spat my coffee over my laptop!
Great, but wouldn't be nice to have dotnet core run on a modern linux? Say Ubuntu 16.4 with a modern kernel or a Debian? Only that it crashes... :/
Thanks! This is fantastic!
Those puns gave me cancer :(
Wow, finally. A few more missing pieces though for this to work on my needs A full version SQL Server and an IIS Server for Linux (No Mono and Preview please.) :P
Funny stuff! Good work!
Straight to the point. Awesome :)
I never thought I'd watch a video on Linux and laugh out loud. :)
Work with Ubuntu to get .Net Core and VS Code pre-installed in the next Ubuntu Release. like Python
I'm crying :D
But wow, in spite of the punishing puns, that was incredibly straightforward.
One thing I would mention to the users running a Linux Distro like Ubuntu 14.04 32-Bit is that the Visual Studio Code DOES install on a 32-Bit LINUX OS but the .NET CORE SDK only runs x64.deb :( Bummer for me.
Yes!!! Very nice.
Ahahaha! Great video. All the right information, yet not boring at all. ;)
Super! Thank you ))
What about ARM architecture?
Nice Thank you very much.:)
These short howto vids are a lifesaver for dev shops tackling different platforms. Loved the Kendra Treatment®
you are crazy, it the best way possible.. great stuff here!!!!
I'll be waiting for some more tutorials on ch9 hope that its free too. thank so much kendra!
Any plan for featuring Python on VS Code?
thanks a lot ^_^
PLS Note that for Ubuntu 16.10 (vs. 16.04) there is, as Expected, a different 'sources list' for 'apt-get' BUT . . . The same .Net core " PREVIEW 2 " is then installed. . . . . . . Is a new "Preview 3 " for Linux anticipated soon ? . . . Also, I will later test under Mint (same .Net core as Ubuntu) . . . [ NO " DE-Minted " Puns / ' Punishment ', Please :) ]
great vid. not sure about the puns. :p
Thank you for providing these tutorials and for making it fun!
Great introductory tutorial. Very cute.
Ubuntu, really? Why aren't you compiling Arch from source? What are you doing with your life!? :)
...err ... I do actually compile stuff on Arch from source.
I still enjoyed the video though.
Could anybody share the `launch.json` config? I don't get the automatic setup for .NET core configurations, despite everything else with this working. When trying to 'Add configuration' in `launch.json`, I get a list of suggestions, but .NET core is not one of them. Thanks!
Great micro-tutorial - funny, succinct! You will go a long way. Thanks.
@kendrahavens: Hey great video, but IMO you should never show yourself copying and pasting commands in a tutorial, or at least you should explain what they do (especially if it's also intended for users who are new to linux).
It's funny but the major security threat for a company is actually it's very own employees. If you don't teach people to be mindful when they copy/paste commands (especially those that involve sudo) the day will come when they open a door for an intruder without even realising.
PS: Yes, I admit it : this is only because the video has yet to have some negative feedback. I was itching. I couldn't help myself. I'm not sorry.
I just saw the video because of Kendra.
Great video, informative, creative and well humored. Also it helps that you are extensively easy on the eyes. ;)
Hi, I've followed the steps in this video and have reached the point where I have installed .NET Core, VSCode, set up a project folder in my Documents folder and opened said project folder in VS Code. Now, when I open the terminal and type dot net new it does not populate the project folder with a .cs and .json files, it just lists the options for dot net new... Any ideas?
@Genysis78: You need to use one of the project types in when you type `dotnet new` now. Before it defaulted to the console project type. The new command is `dotnet new console` since we updated the cli to initialize a console project. Further Reading
Nice girl, Thank you!
PERSONALITY! Fun to watch and helpful. Thanks.
marry me? lol funny video ! haha love it !
Is Mono recommended or only .net core works??
@Wilberth: Mono can cover certain scenarios such as wanting to use the full .NET Framework cross-platform. I'm not sure if anyone in the community has made an extension so that you can actually debug with it in VS Code and set breakpoints. For brand new projects I highly recommend .NET Core because we are actively making awesome tooling experiences focused on .NET Core development. (Like good templates, cool demos, active support communities, and all the cool features in Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio for Mac, and, of course, Visual Studio.)