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RabbitMQ for Windows: Hello World Review

Posts In This Series RabbitMQ for Windows: Introduction RabbitMQ for Windows: Building Your First Application RabbitMQ for Windows: Hello World Review RabbitMQ for Windows: Exchange Types RabbitMQ for Windows: Direct Exchanges RabbitMQ for Windows: Fanout Exchanges RabbitMQ for Windows: Topic … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net: Offline Dependencies with NuGet Command Line Tool

Today I stumbled upon Scott Haselman’s post: How to access NuGet when NuGet.org is down (or you’re on a plane) in which Scott discusses how he recovered from an issue with the nuget.org site being down during his demo at … Continue reading 

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RabbitMQ for Windows: Building Your First Application

Posts In This Series RabbitMQ for Windows: Introduction RabbitMQ for Windows: Building Your First Application RabbitMQ for Windows: Hello World Review RabbitMQ for Windows: Exchange Types RabbitMQ for Windows: Direct Exchanges RabbitMQ for Windows: Fanout Exchanges RabbitMQ for Windows: Topic … Continue reading 

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RabbitMQ for Windows: Introduction

Posts In This Series RabbitMQ for Windows: Introduction RabbitMQ for Windows: Building Your First Application RabbitMQ for Windows: Hello World Review RabbitMQ for Windows: Exchange Types RabbitMQ for Windows: Direct Exchanges RabbitMQ for Windows: Fanout Exchanges RabbitMQ for Windows: Topic … Continue reading 

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JavaScript Closures Explained

If you write any code in JavaScript then you’ve probably used closures, but do you actually understand what they are and how they work?  Taking the time to understand closures and how they’re implemented can add a deeper dimension to … Continue reading 

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Acronyms and Ubiquitous Language

Acronyms are often employed within organizations as a way to abbreviate frequently used phrases in an attempt to expedite communication.  Unfortunately, their use often does the exact opposite.  Many programming language style guides discourage the use of acronyms.  For instance, … Continue reading 

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How To Produce Bug-Free Software

Many are resigned to the fact that all software is destined to contain some “bugs”, but did you know it’s possible (and arguably pretty easy) to always produce “bug-free” software?  In this article, I’ll explain how. Terms To begin, let’s … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net: install2

Inspired by Rob Reynolds’ awesome post on extending NuGet’s command line, I decided to create my own extension for facilitating application-level, build-time retrieval of external dependencies along with all transitive dependencies. I struggled a bit with what to call the … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net: Get

[Update: This article refers to a tool which will no longer be maintained. Until such time as NuGet is updated to naively support these capabilities, consider using the plug-in described here.] In my last article, I demonstrated how my team … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net: Using NuGet without Visual Studio

In my last article, I discussed some of my previous experiences with dependency management solutions and set forth some primary objectives I believe a dependency management tool should facilitate. In this article, I’ll show how I’m currently leveraging NuGet’s command … Continue reading 

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