The stores are chock-full of school supplies, buses are back on their routes, and anticipation is in the air: it's back-to-school time again. And while parents and students are doing their part to be school-ready, teachers have been working behind-the-scenes to prepare for perhaps the most important job there is: educating our next generation.
To keep your source code backed up and constantly up-to-date with your latest changes, you can take advantage of the Azure platform’s continuous deployment with GitHub. Whenever you commit code to your GitHub repo, that code can be automatically synced up with your Azure Web app, without any extra effort. Here are the basic steps that we’ll cover when first setting up continuous integration:
If you don’t currently have a GitHub account, you’ll want to set one up and then log into it to follow the rest of this walkthrough. If you have a brand-new account, or one without any repositories, your browser will look like this:
One of the big selling points for Windows 10 is the enhanced security features, developed to tackle the modern day challenges that simply weren’t around in the days of Windows 7 or 8. Let’s take a look at the headline security features first.
Summer is almost over, but your fun doesn’t have to be. Microsoft Imagine just added three more coding kits to help you either start coding or continue on your way to coding awesomeness.
These coding kits are free, fun and short. It’s a great way to learn to code without having to spend precious summer hours staring at a computer screen. If you get stuck, the tutorial can help show you what to do.
In “Endless Runner” you can make running courses harder and harder; in “Plotting a Stealthy Path” you get to muscle-up the guards protecting your estate; and in “Quadratic Root Finder,” channel your inner math geek and code an app to figure out a quadratic equation.
Check out this month’s newcomers:
Sprinting isn’t easy in this game. Give runners a fighting chance to dash and dodge oncoming obstacles.