How do I get NuGet to re-install/update all the packages in the packages.config?

Reinstall all packages in project:
Update-Package -reinstall -Project YourProjectName
Reinstall package “Antlr” in project:
Update-Package -reinstall Antlr -Project YourProjectName

See more here:

The following command will update all packages in every project to the latest version available from nuget.org.
Update-Package
You can also restrict this down to one project.
Update-Package -Project YourProjectName
If you want to reinstall the packages to the same versions as were previously installed then you can use the -reinstall argument with Update-Package command.
Update-Package -reinstall
You can also restrict this down to one project.
Update-Package -reinstall -Project YourProjectName
The -reinstall option will first uninstall and then install the package back again into a project.
Or, you can update the packages using the Manage Packages dialog.

Source: How do I get NuGet to install/update all the packages in the packages.config? – Stack Overflow

 

Free Microsoft Virtual Machines

Download free virtual machines to test Microsoft Edge and IE8 to IE11:
Source: Free Virtual Machines from IE8 to MS Edge – Microsoft Edge Development

Get a Windows 10 development environment:

Start building Universal Windows Platform apps quickly using a virtual machine.

Start coding sooner with a virtual machine prepped for Windows 10 development. It has the latest versions of Windows, the developer tools, SDKs, and samples ready to go:

https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/downloads/virtual-machines

 

Stackify Prefix – ASP.NET Profiler

Prefix will help troubleshoot what your code is doing by inspecting key methods, database queries, web service calls, and logging statements.

Prefix is designed for developers to use everyday as they write & test their own code. Prefix answers the question of “What just happened” in my code.

Free to use with a few limitation (shows 1000 latest requests etc.)
Source: What is Stackify Prefix?

Getting started videos:
http://www.dotnetswede.com/prefix-is-out-heres-a-list-of-resources-for-getting-started/

How to define default values for pages and blocks in EPiServer CMS 7+

Source: How to define default values for pages and blocks in EPiServer CMS 7

Also see this: using [DefaultValue] attribute:
Default property values on content in EPiServer are set by overriding SetDefaultValues. In an attempt to make my model classes a bit tidier, by not having to do the override in lots of places, I wrote a little piece of code which enables the use of the DefaultValue attribute (found in System.Component)

from: http://world.episerver.com/blogs/Per-Magne-Skuseth/Dates/2014/3/Attribute-based-default-values/

SourceTree very slow when switching repository tabs

My SourceTree GIT manager was freezing for 5-10 seconds when switching between repositories.

These commands fixed the issue:

Also in combination with adding GIT program folder and SourceTree program folder to excluded paths for Windows Defender (antivirus scanner). The switch between tabs is now instant.

Source: SourceTree very slow with many repositories

Js string endsWith() polyfill and other string functions

When you are a C# developer and want javascript to be more like C#:

From: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/String/endsWith

Other good ones:
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/String/startsWith

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/String/includes

Using Self Calling Anonymous Functions and $(document).ready

This is a common pattern with jQuery extensions to ensure that they are always added to the jQuery object, but can be written using $ to keep the code tidy:

(function($){
   $(function(){
      // your code here
   });
})(jQuery);

The $ would actually reference the jQuery library inside while still referring to Prototype on the outside! This can help tidy up your code

Source: javascript – Using Self Calling Anonymous Functions and $(document).ready – Stack Overflow