Do You Get NuGet?


NuGet is a package management framework that allows you to quickly and easily add assembly references to your .NET projects, with a powerful dependency resolution algorithm that ensures you’ve got everything you need in order for those assembly references to function properly.  Heck, it’ll even perform any number of automated tasks or generate code to help prepare your project to use the new assembly reference. Not only that, the centralized repository is your one-click stop for thousands of open source libraries to help super-charge your applications.  And — oh yeah — it’s already installed on your machine, right there in Visual Studio!

In this talk I’ll show you how to use NuGet to perform anything from the mundane task of adding assembly references to your project, all the way to sharing code snippets or even installing applications on your computer.

Jess Chadwick

Jess Chadwick is a Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning author, host of the Static Void Podcast, founding board member of the TechBash developer conference, and dev manager and architect at one of the two largest banks in the US. But, more importantly, he’s a coder with over 20 years of experience of writing and actually shipping software with a variety of teams in a variety of environments from 2-person startups to 200,000-person enterprises.