Tech News #17: Someone Tagged 400k GitHub Users, Building a Microsoft Teams Bot, and more

Building a Bot in Microsoft Teams is now dead easy. The GitHub co-pilot is live. Someone tagged 400K users in a single GitHub pull request. All that and more from Tech News #17 with Adam Cogan… let’s get into it!

00:00 | Introduction
00:33 | Upcoming Events
00:56 | Building a MS Teams bot – toolkit for VS Code + CLI –
02:34 | GitHub Copilot –
03:35 | .NET 7 Rate limiting –
05:14 | Azure Developer CLI (preview) –
07:23 | 3-way merge editor –
09:36 | Highlights from Git 2.37 –
10:22 | A vulnerability was found in Newtonsoft.Json that could lead to DoS – upgrade your version to 13.0.1 –
11:09 | Improving .NET host error messages and supportability –
11:51 | New Resources to Get Started with .NET MAUI –
15:53 | Someone accidentally tagged 400k GitHub users in a PR – Apology tweet –

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Adam Cogan blogs at and interviews for SSW TV frequently. He is the Chief Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner specializing in custom enterprise .NET and Azure solutions mostly using Angular and React. His solutions also involve Office365, SharePoint, Dynamics 365, and Power BI.


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