You Can Do It!
As a hiring manager, I sit through interviews for potential candidates applying to add value to our team. Some are great interviews, and others leave you wondering why did we even bother. Interviews are very much a dating experience. Two parties sitting across from each other, knowing very little about one another,and thinking if they could . . .
Download and Try It Now From Nuget
Restful Routing is a Rails-inspired route registration approach for ASP.NET MVC. Even before becoming the maintainer of this project, I loved it! The simplicity of mapping your routes in a single location while simultaneously expressing the relationship between . . .
1998 called, and it wants to let you know that directory browsing is still cool. ASP.NET Core may be the latest technology on the block, but it likes the "classics" just as much as you do. Skimming through the ASP.NET documentation under "Working with Static Files", I noticed that ASP.NET Core comes with a
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There is a lot to learn with the new ASP.NET Core framework, and while a lot of what I know from the previous version of ASP.NET carries over, there are exciting new features that I can't help but explore.
IApplicationLifetime is one of those interfaces that begs for further inspection.
What Is IApplicationLifetime?
IApplicationLifetime . . .
Instead of Bootstrap
The default template for an ASP.NET Core application comes with Bootstrap installed and ready to use. Bootstrap is great, and I recommend it as a solid base for any web application. That said, you may want to use a different UI framework, like Semantic UI. This post will walk you through the necessary steps to install and setup Semantic UI.
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Event Store, PostgreSQL, and Awesome
My employer likes to give out what you may think of as "Monopoly money" as an incentive to employees when they act extraordinarily. My coworkers and I call them Ritter Bucks, and they can be used to buy items from an internal company store: shirts, candy, and more. While it works for our home office, it is hard to involve . . .
I manage a Nuget package called ConsoleTables, among many others. Its primary purpose is to allow you to take C# enumerables and print them out in a lovely table format. Not exactly revolutionary and the implementation is simple. For those specific reasons, I thought I would attempt to port it to .NET Core. This post documents what I did to . . .