2016 Retrospect

2016 is getting near its end and it’s time for the yearly retrospective (like I’ve done in the previous years). I have been working as a freelancer and entrepreneur for more than 2 years now. I still love the shift from a corporate employee to being my own…

AppSettings in ASP.NET Core

I’m currently writing a range of blog posts about ASP.NET Core. This is a cross post of AppSettings in ASP.NET Core from the elmah.io blog. Also make sure to check out my later posts Config transformations in ASP.NET Core and Configuration with Azure App Services…

My experience with Azure Functions so far

This is a post about Azure Functions – the new “serverless” computing feature from Microsoft currently in Preview. I was introduced to Functions (WebJobs vNext at the time) back in February as part of an insider preview for Microsoft MVPs. Having read a bit about AWS Lambdas, I had great expectations…

GOTO Copenhagen 2016 Retrospective

Another year of GOTO is getting near its end. I skipped going last year and having the chance to be back this year, has been a great experience. While GOTO is a good conference for sure, the best part is meeting up with former colleagues and friends. I chose to…

See you at GOTO Copenhagen 2016?

GOTO Copenhagen is up and even though I’m not blogging from the conference this year, I want to share my conference plan so far. Hope to see you there. One of many nice things about GOTO, is their ability to find good keynote speakers. Some of my favorite talks…

NuGet Server Acquired

Two years ago, I created a small service wrapper for the NuGet.Server NuGet package. The code evolved into the NuGet Server product, which I’ve sold through the website nugetserver.net. Two years later, I’m happy to say that NuGet Server have been acquired by Inedo, the company…

Evaluating Azure DocumentDB – Part 2

This is the second and final post in the series Evaluating Azure DocumentDB. Where Part 1 focused around the concepts in DocumentDB, I’ll explore some actual code in this post. Inserting documents Before we dig into the code, there’s a couple of terms in DocumentDB that you should…