I'm Lukas Lotz, a passionate software developer. This is my blog.
Do you know that issue, when a program could do a small job pretty quickly and you setup a new C# Project in Visual Studio, hack some stuff in, run it and never touch that project again?
Then LINQPad is the right thing for you! You can run C# Code without setting up a whole project and get your results in a sexy textbox. Check it out, it's absolutely worth it!
Edit: I really don't know why every recommendation I write sounds like an advertisement.
It's hard for IT guys to stay up to date because everything moves pretty fast. Having kids and a lot to do around the house makes this even harder than just searching for motivation when being bored.
I recently opened a project and realized it was a pleasure maintaining this project and understanding the code because there were meaningful variable names, easy code structures and comments on the right stuff (admittedly that comment thing needs to be refactored). That was my first experience of this kind because I created the project after reading the Book 'Clean Code' from Robert C.
Technically, 2019 is just a changed bit against 2018. So what should change for you?
The date changes every day.
Markdown is awesome!
What is Markdown?
Great question! Markdown is a totally underrated markup language. A Markup language is not a programming language but a language to format text.
Recently I started replacing the standard apps on my phone with Open Source apps. Thats something i really can recommend.