Category Archives: Debugging


Gulp and ASP.NET MVC

Gulp and ASP.NET MVC

Within This post I will cover the required steps for enabling Gulp inside any existing ASP.NET MVC solution. This will also resolve some of the issues related to tasks not showing up within Task Runner Explorer.

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WordPress theme tweaking for non-WP Devs

WORDPRESS THEME TWEAKING

Within this post I would like to show non-WordPress developers some quick tips on how to tweak, extend and optimize an existing WordPress theme.

WordPress is used by 58.7% of all websites ( w3techs.com) and therefore chances are that you might be blogging on a platform whitch technology isn’t matching with you background. Don’t worry, it’s not required reading endless pages of docs because I will cover some common cases within this post.

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Azure Portal Console

Azure Portal Console

I just recently discovered the Azure Portal Console by accident when deploying (well troubleshooting that is) Umbraco solutions, a topic I will cover later in greater detail within an upcoming series, and was pleasantly surprised. Now the virtual console as included within the Azure Portal isn’t new and therefore perhaps familiar for a lot of you out there, however I haven’t heard of it before.

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Detecting T-SQL code smells – Part 3

Detecting T-SQL code smells – Part 3

This is The third and last part of the Detecting T-SQL code smells series. Within this post I will cover how the solution can be customized by adding new validation rules

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Detecting T-SQL code smells – Part 2

Detecting T-SQL code smells – Part 2

For the second part of this series, I’m relying on a project hosted on codeplex which can be found by the name TSQL Code Smells Finder.  The solution consists out of 3 files (one PowerShell script, a text file containing a list with possible errors and a whitelist file) and build within PowerShell, therefore it’s not that complicated to extend the solution later.

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Detecting T-SQL code smells – Part 1

Detecting T-SQL code smells – Part 1

When moving a new SQL server database into production or taking over maintenance duties for large and heavenly used databases, you might want to perform some audit’s allowing you to ask some additional questions when the development team is still available or just being aware of possible performance issues / special maintenance routines etc.

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Get-Hotfix command – check installed hotfixes

Get-Hotfix command - check installed hotfixes

Very short and simple post however, oh so important especially when a software vendor requires using specific version / hotfix.

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