Category Archives: Development


Remove references to missing files in visual studio

Remove references to missing files in visual studio

This post covers how to remove missing file references within a visual studio project file. Unfortunately, there isn’t anything available in visual studio, however, I was able to get things done with a little bit of PowerShell magic.

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Fake Build and TeamCity: versioning assemblies

Fake Build and TeamCity

A short post on how to pass TeamCity variables in your Fake build config. Multiple people on the web were looking for this, including myself. I Therefore decided to write a blog post covering the basics.

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Couchbase .Net client tips

Couchbase .net tips

I’m working on Couchbase performance issues and learning a lot the painful way. Therefore, I would like to share my finding within this blog post. Hopefully, this will be helpful for someone taking the same route.

This article targets people who are new to Couchbase and using the .net client.

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SQL Server & JSON data

SQL Server, SQL Azure & JSON

At the moment, I’m working on a simple web reporting project. Given that this is a small-scale project, I’ve decided to try something new. Creating a tiny DAL responsible for retrieving and deserializing SQL Server generated JSON.

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SonarQube for .Net Developers

SonarQube for .Net Developers

I’m currently playing around with SonarQube, an open source platform for continuous inspection of code quality, and so far i’ve discovered that it is a lot more interesting than I thought it would be. Therefore, I’ve decided to share my initial findings.

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Azure Functions & Code Reuse

Azure Functions and reusing code

Last weekend, I was experimenting with Azure Functions. This because I’m planning to use Azure Functions for creating a simplified abstraction of an existing web service. The goal is to code and deploy as little as possible by reusing existing modules.

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GTmetrix-net Update v0.6

GTmetrix-net Updates

A couple of days ago I introduced GTmetrix-net, an open source project which makes accessing the GTmetrix API a lot friendlier from within your .Net projects. Since then I’ve added a lot of new features and improvements which I would like to cover within this blog post.

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