- Working hard and enjoying every minute of it.
- using the asp.net lego blocks to create a synchronized Kanban board.
- Tip to become a successful software engineer.
- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
- Are your unit tests still hard to read ? – Should Assertion Library
- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
Problem: Do you ever find yourself writing a lengthy switch statements or if statements structured like a switch. Luckily there is the Strategy Pattern to help alleviate this complex, sometimes unintelligible code. You may have also noticed that this code … Continue reading
If you’re not new to software, you’ve probably come across some old code of yours and thought: Oh snap! What is this? What was I thinking? I’ve done it. My friends and colleagues have done. You’ve probably done it as … Continue reading
Working on a recent project that was on the MEAN stack, I needed to create test data quickly. I reviewed and tested out some of the existing libraries that are out there, but none of them fit my specific style. … Continue reading
Every now and then I need to have a method support 2 or 3 arguments, providing a default value for one of them if only 2 are specified. My typical solution is to check the number of arguments passed to … Continue reading
WebRTC is all kinds of super ninja epic awesomesauce stuff. If you haven’t looked in to it yet, you’re going to want to get on that soon. I’d suggest starting with the HTML5 Rocks post on getUserMedia. Build Your Own … Continue reading
Anyone building a large enough app in NodeJS will tell you that it gets really really really frustrating to have 3 or more lines of this in every module you build: It’s ugly. It’s hard to read. It’s hard to … Continue reading
One of the first things that you’ll hear about Node.js is that it’s async and it uses callbacks everywhere. In some ways this makes Node.js more complex than your typical runtime, and in some ways it makes it simpler. When … Continue reading