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By Barney T.
Please join me in congratulating Mando for being awarded Most Valuable Contributor (MVC) status. His willingness to help others as well as his positive interactions with all members have impressed staff as well as other MVCs alike.
Thank you Mando for all that you do. This reward is richly deserved.
Please join me in congratulating Dipsylalapo, Zagadka and T3X4S to the MVC Team. Their perseverance, dedication and commitment to this site have earned them this honor and are well deserved and appreciated.
Thank you to all three of you for your helpful posts and insight, your contributions are much appreciated and have earned you this honor.
By Ryan Daum
I was hoping I could reach out to all of the pros out in the neowin.net community for some advice. I am trying to find a good training option and I am not really finding quite what I need.
My work is starting to get into continuous integration / automated deployments. I am somewhat familiar with TFS Build system already and have some build / release definitions created for several projects. I am most interested in the training covering migrating branching strategies and the more complex things you can do with creating custom build processes with the new vNext system. Does anyone know of a good online course that is offered that goes into this sort of thing? It could be an onsite deal if necessary instead of online.
The only online resources I can find cover more of the TFS administration, with only covering the TFS Build as a side item. This makes sense from the prospective of most PMs maybe, but it isn't what I am going for. I'm not sure if this is because since Microsoft gives such a good range of options for really making your build process do whatever you want that it is hard to cover a lot of presentation material on the subject or not, but it seems like there should be a paid option out there somewhere.
My company is willing to spend money to make this happen, so that is not a concern at this time, it is just a matter of finding the right resource. Worst case I could always try to find books on Amazon, but that is currently my second choice.
Firstly, I'm fairly new to web development so please bear with me!
I've started working on an intranet project which requires Windows Authentication, and I've come across a really really irritating snag.
When I create a vanilla MVC project in VS2015 with NO authentication, the CSS and JS loads just fine in IE and Chrome. However, when I create one with Windows Authentication, no CSS or JS or anything image links etc, will load. The status code I get is the ever to useful: 500 Internal Server Error, when this resolves out to ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED.
My site properties are: Anonymous Authentication: Disabled. Windows Authentication: Enabled, SSL Enabled: True.
If I turn Anon Auth back on, the CSS/JS etc will load again, but I then don't get authenticated. I've searched and searched online, and found 100's of pages with essentially the same problem, but none of the offered solutions actually work for me. Hell, this is just a vanilla MVC site created by the VS2015 new project, with absolutely NOTHING added to it, so I'd expect it to bloody well work!
Clearly, it's something to do with how Chrome is handling the permissions because IE works just fine, but I need this site to work in Chrome as well so... Can anyone offer any insight as to what's going on? I've been a desktop app developer for nearly 30 years and all this new fangled webby stuff is irritating as all hell!
By Barney T.
Please help me congratulate jjkusaf on his addition to our MVC group. His helpfulness to members and dedication to making Neowin a great place to be has earned him this distinction by staff and other MVCs. Thanks so much for all that you do!