Normally I do not write in public anything which is not related with technology or my profession, but during these days my country is in difficulties because of this Coronavirus and with this little message I want to testify the trust in the future of Italy: forza ragazzi, ne abbiamo superate di molte peggiori!
Today I was watching an interesting video about the new Windows Terminal and in the notes I have found this really well made tutorial about how to install and use PowerLine: How to make a pretty prompt in Windows Terminal with Powerline, Nerd Fonts, Cascadia Code, WSL, and oh-my-posh I hope this can be useful … Continue reading PowerShell & PowerLine
Each time I configure a new PC, when I’m asked I do my login with my Microsoft Account (which BTW is great!). The thing is, that my local profile is created with the name “genna” and this sounds (and looks!) ugly to an italian eye 🙂 The point is then how to change or better … Continue reading Not disruptive name changing of the Windows user profile path
Yesterday I have updated the target of my personal projects to .NET Core 3.1 and immediately I had a problem with the continuous integration in DevOps: all my build failed with this error: “error NETSDK1045: The current .NET SDK does not support targeting .NET Core 3.1.” Well, the problem seems to be that .NET Core … Continue reading Azure DevOps Pipeline vs. .NET Core 3.1
My dear MyUptime/GTUptime and GTFractals users, with the beginning of the new year 2020 I decided not to renew my commitment for the development and publishing of Mac/iOS Apps. Unfortunately I miss time and I moved my interest somewhere else. I want to take the time to thank you once again for having had fun … Continue reading Mac apps will be retired in 2020
Little maintenance update for GT Uptime available on the Mac App Store. This time no new features but update of the libraries.
During this night Apple has approved the first update of GT Uptime. The version 2.0.1 fixes a bug that could have prevented GT Uptime to start automatically after a reboot of the Mac.