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deadlydog/ReadMe.md

👋 Hi, I'm Dan Schroeder, known on the web as deadlydog

About me

  • Have a passion for programming and software automation.
  • Been writing code for over 20 years; since ~2000.
  • Master's degree in Computer Science.
  • Enjoy creating open source software, mostly in GitHub.
  • Also have some private repos and pipelines tucked away in Azure DevOps.

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  1. Path Length Checker is a stand-alone app that returns the paths and length of all files and directories in a given directory.

    C# 145 15

  2. Invoke-MsBuild PowerShell module to make building projects and solutions with MsBuild.exe easy.

    PowerShell 127 35

  3. An AutoHotkey (AHK) script that allows you to easily run AHK functions. Instead of having to remember what shortcut key maps to each of your AHK scripts, this displays a list of all your AHK functi…

    AutoHotkey 42 8

  4. Some sample projects showing how to use Serilog

    C# 27 13

  5. Visual Studio Extension to make comparing files before and after committing them to Git and TFS faster and easier.

    C# 25 7

  6. New-NuGetPackage.ps1 is a PowerShell script to make creating and publishing NuGet packages quick and easy, using a .nuspec or project file, from File Explorer or PowerShell.

    PowerShell 17 12

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September 2021

Created 3 commits in 1 repository

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