A great list of ASP.NET samples

I stumbled upon this really impressive list of sample ASP.NET projects by Dody Gunawinata called practical-aspnetcore. 'The goal of this project is to enable .NET programmers to learn the new ASP.NET Core stack from the ground up directly from code. There is so much power in the underlying ASP.NET Core stack. Don't miss them!'This incredibly helpful if, like me, you are asked to come up with realistic code samples this might help kick start the process. Also if you are looking to grok on of the many  ASP.NET concepts via code. You can experiment with these samples using Visual Studio or Visual Studio Code.As of this writing there are 306 samples across ASP.NET Core 2.1, 2.2, 3.0 and 3.1! ...

Manipulating Digital Maps

It is fascinating how easy it appears to be able to blatantly manipulate the technology that millions of people rely on across the globe. Take this experiment for example:Artist Simon Weckert walked the streets of Berlin tugging a red wagon behind ...

Good documentation is the definition of empathy

So a few people have started using DasBlog Core and could not be happier! It is mostly folks who are remembering the old days of the DasBlog classic and yearn to get that content back. By far the most rewarding comment I have received was how easy ...

Committing to Sustainability

I have known for years that the there is overwhelming evidence that the carbon we pump into the atmosphere appears to be causal in increasing the planets temperature. However, I was today years old when I found out that the carbon I emit will remain ...

My favorite posts from the 2010s

I have been blogging for over 13 years!Why do I still write? Simply, It helps me crystalize what I am learning and, conveniently, make it searchable for future reference.Hear are my favorite posts from the period:2010: Technical Bankruptcy2010: ...

Is that position available for remote?

My colleagues often post jobs for available positions in their immediate and extended team, and whether on LinkedIn or Twitter the most popular question is usually 'Is this position available for remote?'. In fact this was exactly how I became aware ...

UseAuthorization() was in the wrong place, really?

So about a day or so ago my blog started failing when navigating to individual blog posts, this was a full three week after my upgrade to .NET Core 3 so I was adequately surprised. After checking the logs this is what I found (important stuff ...

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