Wouldn’t it be nice if you could turn off filters, one by one, or adjust them at run time. Well, you can, kinda. You just have to remember, that we can’t really turn the filters off, so we have to adjust our filter to get the behaviour we want.
Don’t use async/await inside List.ForEach in C#, it doesn’t work as expected
I promised back in 2013 that I would write a follow up post to explore how my experiment with drinking coffee was going. Well, nearly 7 years later, I am back with a conclusion.
Getting MiniProfiler to play nicely with WebAPI. The solution to this seems to be (and is working for us), to create a DelegatingHandler.
Ensure you have backups for your content, especially the things you don’t touch very often. I lost the content to this blog, but then found it again!
If you need Visual Studio to run in Elevated Mode, but also have UAC turned off. This is how to solve that particular issue.
For ten years I have been wanting a laptop but there have always been one or more reasons preventing me from getting one. Towards the end of last year, the planets aligned and I finally made my first laptop purchase. An Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13".
Last week my brother Nick and I, released our first Android app. Pill Logger is a simple application to keep track of when you take medicine. For those people who often forget when they last took a pill, or who want to look over their medicine taking history and view their trends.
During the recent Christmas break, I undertook a massive Yak Shaving session that ended up spanning days.
It started with a new HDMI Amplifier and has ended with you reading this blog, hosted on my own Ubuntu box using Ghost!
So, another new year, another blog post reviewing the year gone by. I’ll keep it brief!