Blogposts on software development in general with a focus on .NET. All posts are listed here.
I use Jekyll for handling the content of this blog. Jekyll is a simple static site generator based on Ruby. Normally it’s a dream working with Jekyll. You just install a gem bundle via command line and it just works. Simple as that.
The 2nd of April 2019 marked the release of the IDE Visual Studio 2019. A preview version was released earlier in 2019, but now the stable version is available to the general public. After watching the live streamed release event I thought I’d write a few lines about some of the IMHO more interesting new features and changes to Visual Studio.
I’ve been doing a series of tweets with the somewhat misleading name “Things I did not know about C#” for a while, where I’ve written shortly about features and behaviours in C#. Either ones that
Tag helpers are not by any means a new feature to ASP.NET. Like HTML Helpers tag helpers enable server-side code to help in rendering HTML elements in Razor views. But they are doing this is in a more elegant, HTML-like syntax.
If you’re receiving the follow error messages while setting up xUnit or NUnit for a project:
I thought I’d take a minute to reflect on and go through some highlights from Leetspeak 2018.
'SQLiteConnection' does not contain a constructor that takes 1 arguments (CS1729) and the importance of installing the correct nuget
While setting up a SQLite DB in a Xamarin.Forms app for the first time in a while, I stumbled upon an error that made me pull my hair.
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