Hosting a Private Visual Studio Gallery

Visual Studio extensions are really popular these days.  Not surprisingly Visual Studio has a very active extensions gallery.  But unfortunately the gallery is public so if you develop some extensions for your personal use, or for your company, then you cannot use the public gallery.  Fortunately though VS supports the concept of a private gallery.  […]

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Setting Up a Private NuGet Repository

These days most developers use NuGet to reference third-party dependencies like EntityFramework, Enterprise Library and NInject.  A full discussion of NuGet is beyond this post.  There are lots of articles on what it is, how to use it and how to package and publish to it so I’ll ignore all these things.  But what about […]

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