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C# development with Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a fantastic editor for C# developers. VSCode + .NET Core has very quickly become my go to setup for many C# tasks. However, unlike ‘full’ Visual Studio, getting started with C# development in Code is a little bit more involved.

This post will assume that you are starting without even having Code installed, and finish up with a C# console application, referencing a class…




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Andy Watt

Andy Watt

Technical Lead and co-founder at Avalone Consultants. Angular, .NET, and blockchain developer.

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