The Swedish Coder .NET


November 2016

Pluralsight: Building Your First API with ASP.NET Core

I've started my transition into ASP.NET Core with some Pluralsight courses. First I went through ASP.NET Core Fundamentals and Understanding ASP.NET Core and now I've checked out Building Your First API with ASP.NET Core by Kevin Dockx. Just as the... Continue Reading →

Don’t use a % in your Azure SQL Server user password

Ok, so I randomly selected some letters, numbers and special characters for my Azure SQL Server user password and ended up with %3 as part of that. I published my ASP.NET Core project from Visual Studio. So far so good.... Continue Reading →

Bought myself a new mechanical keyboard

The other day I got myself a new keyboard. My old gave up a couple of months ago and I've been using my old backup keyboard. The one I had was a Logitech diNovo med separate number pad. I never... Continue Reading →

My Favorite Podcasts

There's always time to listen to podcasts or audio books. For the past few years I've been listening to a lot of podcasts. It all started with me giving myself a challenge to spend on average one hour a day... Continue Reading →

WebCrawl: Diving into Parsing

The crawler and the headless browser is in place and it's time to get some parsing done. This is needed since I so far only have the source of the pages I crawled and scraped. Now I want to fetch... Continue Reading →

Non-english Windows 10 installation mess upp EFCore Tools preview

I've started to look at ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core, going through some Pluralsight courses. In the first one I noticed that I couldn't get EF migrations to work and I couldn't understand why but didn't have time to... Continue Reading →

Pluralsight: Understanding ASP.NET Core

I previously checked out the ASP.NET Fundamentals course on Pluralsight and now I went through Understanding ASP.NET Core by Roland Guijt. This course is not a hands-on course as Fundamentals. Instead Roland show us how to build an ASP.NET Core... Continue Reading →

WebCrawl: Head on with headless browsers

In my previous post I wrote about finding an adaptable and configurable solution for web crawling and scraping that suits our specific needs. My chose for a crawler fell on Abot, an open source framework and now I have to... Continue Reading →

Pluralsight: ASP.NET Core Fundamentals

Pluralsight is an e-learning company where you can learn everything about development and more to a low cost. The best of the best are creating courses just for you. Through Microsoft Visual Studio Dev Essentials you get three months Pluralsigt... Continue Reading →

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