After last night’s stream, I felt ripped off… I got all the way through building a container and running my application in it, and it didn’t work. I couldn’t sleep last night, wondering what I did wrong. So, I did what any developer would do: I investigated.
After some delays so that my family and I could take care of some holiday errands, but we ran the live stream in the evening. We merged a pull request and updated Epic Build Music, but more importantly, started publishing our ASP.NET Core application to a Docker container.
We had some fun on today’s stream… we had some pull requests to review and wanted to work on our ASP.NET Core project. I started off by going back to a hat I haven’t worn in several years, my pirate hat.
About three weeks ago, inspired by my friend Suze Hinton, I started to live stream on Twitch. I just wanted to work on an open source project or two that would help promote features that my teams were building for ASP.NET, particularly ConfigurationBuilders. That effort has taken off, and I’ve received a number of questions asking, “How are you setup to stream?” or “What do I need in order to get started?” I’ll run down my configuration here…