Category Archives: Development


Composer & Azure Web Apps

Composer & Azure Web Apps

I’m working on non-dotNet related technology more and more and to be honest, it’s interesting to see how other environments are dealing with similar problems. Now as you can imagine, running different technologies within Azure requires some additional planning. For example, the usage of the dependency manager composer.

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OCR as a Service

OCR as a Service

This blogpost was inspired by Dot Net Rocks episode 1292. The episode was as informative as all others however, the first part in which Carl and Richard covered scanr.xyz (a OCR as a service offering) really peaked my interest.

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ffi_c (LoadError) Ruby on Windows

Ruby on Windows ffi_c (LoadError)

I was running into some weird ffi_c (LoadError) issues when running Ruby on Windows 10. Yes, a bad idea, I know. There was no escape, it had to be done and of course encountered some problems. Just to save a brave soul some time, I’m sharing the details right here.

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SeaMist 1.1.5 – What’s new

SeaMist 1.1.5l

Don’t worry I will be covering other topics next week. Just wanted to share that I’ve released SeaMist version 1.1.5, the most complete Kraken.io API wrapper for .net, which includes lots of what was still missing. And I have some other interesting news as well.

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SeaMist Update April

SeaMist Update April

Just a short post covering all updates recently made within the SeaMist GitHub Repository. I’ve strived to implement most of the Kraken.io features, and in addition to this made some project changes as well.

[SeaMist – a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub and Nuget]

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SeaMist Update – External Storage

SeaMist Update Kraken.io

SeaMist – a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub

I haven’t updated SeaMist, .NET C# wrapper for the Kraken.io API, for a while and also wasn’t really planning to provide an updated version. However, after looking at the open issues / enhancements requests, I found out there was some demand for implementing Kraken.io External Storage support.

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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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