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Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14931 ISO is now available

Microsoft released the ISO image of the Windows 10 Insiders Preview build 14931, which can be downloaded from the Microsoft server by generating the temporary link. Standard, Enterprise, Education and Home editions are available for download.

 

Read more to know further about the insiders build and grab the links to download the said ISO image (both 32-bit and 64-bit editions) from secure Microsoft servers.



Git Basics: How to save/commit changes to Git repository?

In the last post of the series, we covered "Git Add" command to stage changes. Today we are going to discuss "How to commit that staging changes to Git repository", which you will need to perform every time working with it.

 

Let's continue learning about the command "git commit" today with the parameters that you need to learn. Stay tuned to read more and more posts on Git basic series.


Git Basics: How to stage your changes using Git add command?

In the last article, we covered "Git Fetch and Git Pull". Today we are going to discuss another topic on the Git Basics tutorial series i.e. "How to stage your changes to Git repository", which you will find useful while working in Git.

 

Let's continue learning about the command "git add" today with the parameters that you need to know. Stay tuned to read more and more posts on Git basic topics.


Git Basics: How to retrieve from remote repository using Git fetch/pull?

In the last article, we discussed about "Git Tags". Today we are going to discuss another topic "Git Fetch" and "Git Pull", which I hope, will help you to easily work with Git Bash commands to download code from repository.

 

Let's continue learning about "git fetch" and "git pull" today with the commands that you need to know. Stay tuned to read more and more posts on this topic.


Git Basics: How to list, search, show, create and push Git tags?

I hope that the last post on "Git Branches" from my "Tutorials on Git Basics" was easy for you to understand. Today we are going to discuss on another topic "Git Tags", which I hope, will help you to easily work with Git Bash commands.

 

Let's continue learning this today with the commands that you need to know. Stay tuned to get more posts on this topic.


Received Microsoft #MVP Award for the 7th consecutive year

It’s a big day of life when you receive Microsoft MVP Award and it becomes a golden moment when the giant company reward you for the 7th consecutive year. Yes, I have been re-awarded for the 7th time as a Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional.

 

This time also I have been awarded in the “Windows Development” category for my contributions toward the vast developer community.



Git Basics: How to list, create, rename, delete a remote connection?

Continuing the on going series on "Git Basics", we will today learn on "remote connections". I hope, you are enjoying reading this series and read the last post "How to create, move, delete, list Git branches?". Bookmark it for future references.

 

Today in this post, we will cover how to create, list, rename and delete a remote connection on local Git repository. We will learn all the related commands.


Git Basics: How to create, move, delete, list Git branches?

Git is now a common tool in software development, for version controlling. In the last post, we described about "How to rename a Git branch?". Today we are going to learn more about Git branches and it's commands.

 

Continue reading to know how to create/rename/move/delete/list Git branches. Also, don't forget to check other posts on Git Basics/Git Cheat sheets.


Git Basics: How to rename a Git Branch?

These days, Git is one of the most popular version control systems available for software development. Git was created by Linus Torvalds in 2005 for development of the Linux kernel and gradually used as a free software distributed under GNU General Public License version 2.

 

Though there are many UI tools available for Git, but sometimes working with Git command is very tricky. Today in this post, we will learn the basics on renaming a Git branch.


How to change the default XAML document view in Visual Studio 2015?

Not many of us wants to work in the designer view of Visual Studio while working with the XAML files. This could be due to no requirements of changing the UI layout rather than few data bindings. By default, Visual Studio loads the XAML designer view.

 

In this post we are going to learn how to disable the designer view and/or change the way it loads the default document view.


Synchronize your Visual Studio 2015 settings across devices

It’s now a connected world and the applications that you use these days should run in multiple devices. Thus needs a smooth synchronization of it’s data. Visual Studio 2015 provides a way to synchronize it’s settings to multiple connected devices through One Drive.

 

In this blog post, we will learn how to synchronize the Visual Studio settings so that, you can have the same settings in all devices that you use.


 
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