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How to SSH into an Azure VM from Windows Terminal Menu - Thomas Maurer Small Icons, Linux, Coding, Windows, Window, Linux Kernel, Ramen, Programming
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How to SSH into an Azure VM from Windows Terminal Menu

A couple of days ago, I released a blog post on how you can add a PowerShell remote session in the Windows Terminal menu. In my example, I created a menu item in Windows Terminal to use PowerShell remoting to connect to an Azure virtual machine (VM). In the meantime, I got a lot of questions on how you can add an SSH connection to an Azure VM in the Windows Terminal. That is why I am going to share here, how you can add an SSH connection to an Azure VM in the Windows Terminal menu. Scott…

Write PowerShell Online using Visual Studio Codespaces - Thomas Maurer Code Online, Can Run, Web Browser, Coding, Ads, Writing, Studio, Study
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Write PowerShell Online using Visual Studio Codespaces

Last week the Visual Studio Services team announced a new service called Visual Studio Codespaces. Visual Studio Codespaces allows you to do cloud-hosted development for wherever you’re working. While the new services support many different programming and scripting languages, it also supports PowerShell. In this blog post, I am going to show you how you can write PowerShell code online in a web browser using Visual Studio Codespaces. What is Visual Studio Codespaces As mentioned, Visual…

My Customized Windows Terminal Settings. Color Themes, About Me Blog, Coding, Windows, Window, Ramen, Programming
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My Customized Windows Terminal Settings.json

This is just a very quick blog post to share my customized Windows Terminal settings.json, and it should give you an idea of how you can customize the Windows Terminal for your needs. The new Windows Terminal for Windows 10 which is open-source and you currently can get it from the Windows Store. The new Windows Terminal lets you run different shells like Windows PowerShell, PowerShell 7, Command Prompt, WSL, and also WSL 2. It provides a couple of improvements like; multiple tabs support…

My Customized Windows Terminal Settings. Microsoft Corporation, Open Source, Windows 10, About Me Blog, Coding, How To Get, Store, Storage
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My Customized Windows Terminal Settings.json

This is just a very quick blog post to share my customized Windows Terminal settings.json, and it should give you an idea of how you can customize the Windows Terminal for your needs. The new Windows Terminal for Windows 10 which is open-source and you currently can get it from the Windows Store. The new Windows Terminal lets you run different shells like Windows PowerShell, PowerShell 7, Command Prompt, WSL, and also WSL 2. It provides a couple of improvements like; multiple tabs support…

With the new Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) extension for Visual Studio Code (VS Code) you can now create and manage Azure VMs directly from VS Code. Bar Signs, Get Started, Microsoft, About Me Blog, Coding, Studio, Create, Study, Programming
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Create and Manage Azure VMs from VS Code

With the new Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) extension for Visual Studio Code (VS Code), you can now create and manage Azure VMs directly from VS Code. This is a great new extension if you are working with VS Code and Microsoft Azure. The extension is currently in preview and lets you view, create, delete, start and stop Azure Virtual machines, as well as adding SSH keys to existing Azure VMs. Get started To get started with the Azure Virtual Machine extension in Visual Studio Code, simply…

New Microsoft Code and Terminal Font Cascadia Code - Thomas Maurer Do You Like It, Have You Tried, Open Fonts, Text Editor, Great Fonts, Open Source, Microsoft, Coding, Programming
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New Microsoft Code and Terminal Font Cascadia Code

Cascadia Code is the latest monospaced font shipped from Microsoft focusing on delivering an excellent font for command-line experiences and code editors like Visual Studio Code. The Cascadia Code font was first announced at the Microsoft Build conference in May 2019. And yesterday, Microsoft just released Cascadia Code version 1909.16 and it is available publicly on GitHub. Cascadia Code makes an excellent font for the Windows Terminal, and you can download it today. It is the latest…

Remote Edit Files on Azure Linux VMs using VS Code - Thomas Maurer Filing System, Linux, Remote, About Me Blog, Coding, Hacks, Learning, Studying, Glitch
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Remote Edit Files on Azure Linux VMs using VS Code

There are a lot of different ways to remote manage your Azure virtual machines using various tools and technics. In this blog post, I am going to show you how you can remotely edit files on Azure Linux virtual machines using Visual Studio Code. Visual Studio Code has a new Remote Development Extention which allows you to open any folder in a container, on a remote computer, or in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and take advantage of the VS Code feature set. With the Remote - SSH…

How to Install and Update PowerShell 7 Desktop Environment, Net Framework, Windows Server, One Liner, Linux, Core, Bring It On, Platform, Coding
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How to Install and Update PowerShell 7

The PowerShell team just announced PowerShell 7. PowerShell 7 is built on .NET Core 3 and brings back many APIs required by modules built on .NET Framework so that they work with .NET Core runtime. While PowerShell Core 6 was focusing on bringing cross-platform compatibility, PowerShell 7 will focus on making it a viable replacement for Windows PowerShell 5.1 and bringing near parity with Windows PowerShell. Here is how you can install and update PowerShell 7 on Windows and Linux using a…

Setup PowerShell SSH Remoting in PowerShell 6 - Thomas Maurer Windows Server, Enabling, Linux, No Response, About Me Blog, Coding, Linux Kernel, Programming
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Setup PowerShell SSH Remoting in PowerShell 6

With PowerShell version 6, Microsoft introduced PowerShell Remoting over SSH, which allows true multiplatform PowerShell remoting between Linux, macOS and Windows. PowerShell SSH Remoting creates a PowerShell host process on the target machine as an SSH subsystem. Normally, PowerShell remoting uses WinRM for connection negotiation and data transport, however WinRM is only available on Windows based machines. There are also some downsides to it. SSH-based remoting doesn't currently support…

You can run the Azure Cloud Shell directly in Visual Studio Code! Microsoft, Writing Code, Being Used, Shells, Coding, Office 365, Clouds, Templates, Studio
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Mastering Azure with Cloud Shell

There are multiple ways to interact and manage resources in Microsoft Azure. You can use the Azure Portal or command line tools like the Azure PowerShell module or the Azure CLI, which you can install on your local machine. However, to set up a cloud management workstation for administrators and developers can be quite a lot of work. Especially if you have multiple computers, keeping consistency between these machines can be challenging. Another challenge is keeping the environment secure…

If you want to work directly in the Microsoft Azure Cloud Shell, you can now do this directly in Visual Studio Code. Learn how you can connect. Microsoft, Connect, Shells, Coding, Clouds, Learning, Studio, Conch Shells, Clams
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Azure Cloud Shell – shell.azure.com and in Visual Studio Code

If you want to work directly in the Microsoft Azure Cloud Shell, you can now do this directly in Visual Studio Code. Learn how you can connect.

Set up an Azure Stack Cloud Operator and Developer Workstation Environment Microsoft, Environment, Coding, Clouds, Learning, Apps, Studying, App, Teaching
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Set up an Azure Stack Cloud Operator and Developer Workstation Environment

If you are responsible for managing and operating Azure Stack, you will need to enable a couple of tools to manage Azure Stack. This post should give you a summary of what you should do to setup your Azure Stack Operator and Developer workstation environment. Operating System First of all, you should set up a clean base system. I usually use the latest version of Windows 10, right now the latest Windows 10 version is the Fall Creators Update which gives you some great features like the…

I use Visual Studio Code as my default code editor. Learn what my favorite Visual Studio Code Themes are! Editor, Coding, My Favorite Things, Learning, Studio, Studying, Teaching, Education, Study
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My Favorite Visual Studio Code Themes

While I am doing presentations, I often do demos, and since a lot of my demos are PowerShell based, I use a lot of Visual Studio Code. With that I often get the question which is the Visual Studio Code Theme I use. Even I change my Visual Studio Code Themes pretty often, I have a couple of favorites I want to share. Azure Contrast (rainglow) Rainglow has a huge amount for different themes, my favorite one is their Azure, Azure Contrast theme. Cobalt2 My current favorite Visual Studio Code…

Wouldn't it be great to manage your resources running on Azure Stack from Azure Cloud Shell? Here is how you can connect Azure Stack to Cloud Shell. Table Names, Programming, Microsoft, Connection, Shells, Coding, Clouds, Studio, Conch Shells
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Connect to Azure Stack from Azure Cloud Shell

A little while ago, Microsoft announced the Azure Cloud Shell. The Azure Cloud Shell is a perfect tool to manage your Azure resources using the Azure CLI or Azure PowerShell. Wouldn't it be great also to manage your resources running on Azure Stack? Thanks to the consistency between Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Azure Stack, you can use the same tools to manage your hybrid cloud. In this blog, I am going to show you how you can connect to Azure Stack from Azure Cloud Shell. First of all…

You can now run a Visual Studio Code based editor in Azure Cloud Shell. Which gives you a great web-based code editor! Editor, Shells, Coding, Clouds, Studio, News, Conch Shells, Clams, Seashells
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You can now run a Visual Studio Code based editor in Azure Cloud Shell

Azure Cloud Shell, a browser-accessible shell for managing Azure resources, just got even more powerful. Today Microsoft added a new Visual Studio Code editor to Azure Cloud Shell. Okay, it is not the real Visual Studio Code, it is an editor based on the Visual Studio Code open-source project Monaco. Monaco is the same web-standards based editor that powers Visual Studio Code, and the editor is now integrated directly into Cloud Shell. Now you not only have editors like vim, emacs or nano…