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Windows Development Package Management
Chocolatey is a third party package manager for windows. Basically, its an extended version of nuget. It becomes extremely handy when you want to spin up a [...]
Writing a .Net Core Bubble Sort using TDD in Visual Studio Code
A lot of areas packed into that title! Today we’ll be looking at quite a different pipeline to your standard .net development. Using the new (ish) [...]
.Net Standard Duplicate Attribute error when using AssemblyInfo
.Net Standard autogenerates the assembly info based on the project and solution. If you get this error when moving to .Net Standard, either delete the [...]
[Update] .Net Core 2 on Cloud9
Its been over a year since my last post, and since then dotnetcore has gone to version 2.0, and amazon has expanded the reach of cloud9 to be its defacto [...]
Entity Framework – When to use what
In Entity Framework there are three ways of utilising the ORM, one enables you to get straight into coding (code-first), one enables you to rip a database [...]
Cassandra is the current de facto standard in flat, scalable, cloud based database applications and as such usually only exists in AWS or linux clusters. Fortunately, you can install Cassandra on windows in a single node configuration. For more info on the configurations available in a distributed install, see Planet Cassandra. Previously I have worked […]