The Personal Retreat

I’ve had my own company for years now and dedicated full time to it the last 9 months. While reading Ryan Battles excellent blog post How to Take a Personal Retreat a couple of months ago It struck me that I’ve never actually stopped up reflecting on how…

2014 Retrospect

For the fourth year in a row, I’m summing up the year by writing this retrospect. You will find my previous posts here: 2011, 2012 and 2013. This post is my way of following up on the stuff I’ve done and what I have accomplished during the previous…

GOTO Aarhus 2014 Retrospective

Another GOTO conference went by. It have been two great days and I’m actually happy about the format change. Three days of conference is a long time and I’m always ready to call it a week when heading home on the third day. 9 blog posts before, during…

Exception Filters in C# 6.0

In the last post inspired by The Future of C# talk at GOTO, I introduced you to Declaration Expressions and Static Using. In this post I will take a look at Exception Filters in C# 6.0. Exception Filters is one of two improvements for exception handling, the other being…

Primary Constructors in C# 6.0

In my previous post, inspired by the Future of C# talk at GOTO, I looked at Initializers, making it possible to assign a value to an auto-property at declaration, just as with a field. This post is about another piece of syntactic sugar in the up-coming version 6.0 of…

Date histogram facets ... ehm aggregations revisited

Goight through last years blog posts written during GOTO, I found a post terrible out-dated post named Implementing date histogram facets with Elasticsearch and Nest. A lot happened since then. Elasticsearch turned 1.0 and follwing that, aggregrations were introduced. Aggregations is facets on steroids and therefore deprecates facets. Let’…