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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: 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 →

Leaving for Barcelona and Microsoft TechEd 2014

So the time has finally arrived. Today I'm leaving for Microsoft TechEd Europe 2014 in beautiful Barcelona, Spain. I've been looking forward to this and I'm very excited. It will be a week filled with great seminars, workshops and a whole... Continue Reading →

Let your ideas mature

“In writing, you must kill your darlings.” --William FaulknerWhen I started my career as a web developer it was at an advertising agency. In advertising the saying "Kill your darlings" is pretty common. Sometimes you have an idea that you... Continue Reading →

From Evernote to OneNote

In the previous post about my information flow I mentioned that I'm using Microsoft OneNote. That has only been for the past 8 months and before that I used Evernote.I used Evernote for a long time and I liked it.... Continue Reading →

Productivity: Don’t break the chain

When I started my One Hour a Day experiment I knew that it was quite a big project. It takes a lot of focus and disciplin to do something every day for a year. What kept me going was the... Continue Reading →

Information flow

As you may have noticed I've done a "one hour a day" experiment for a year. That hour have been spent on listening to podcasts but there are many other channels of information in my life.I love RSS. I used... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 314: Podcast on Functional Programming

Today it's .NET Rocks episode 995, Building Functional Communities with Bryan Hunter.Great discussion on functional programming with Bryan. There's some history of Erlang, how functional programming fills weaknesses in object oriented programming, a lot about communities and thoughts on the... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 310: Podcast on Go and DNSimple

I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 992, Go and DNSimple Anthony Eden.Go is still showing up in a lot of podcasts, you might have seen it on my listening list. This time Carl and Richard talk about Go with Anthony... Continue Reading →

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