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Amazing days at SLUSH 2016

After a few days with fever and a cold all the impressions and thoughts after SLUSH 2016 in Helsinki have sunk in. It was my first time at SLUSH and it was awesome! This is really the place to be... Continue Reading →

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 →

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