30 11 2016
For my up-coming presentation “ASP.NET Core on Linux” I need Linux VM I can access with Remote Desktop to run Visual Studio Code. After hours of different problems that grew fast over my head I was able to make things work and now I have functioning VM I can use for demos. This post is short overview about what I did and it is for those readers who also want to have Linux VM with Visual Studio Code.
9 11 2016
There will be Romanian CodeCamp event at Cluj on 19.11.2016 and I’m invited there with my Windows IoT Core and eisbock brewing presentation. Talking about building real-life solutions is one of my favorite things and for CodeCamp Cluj I have prepared nice presentation that makes attendees think about good things like beer and be more innovative when thinking about things around us that can be automated.
16 08 2016
This blog post is about how to really precompile ASP.NET MVC views. It destroys the myth about MvcBuildViews as precompilation tool and shows you how to configure precompiling. It also stops on some internals of precompiling and explains what are the options and limitations with it. There is also real-life example for Azure where precompiling of views may avoid some serious headaches that one may face otherwise.
25 07 2016
This year again I have honour to speak at TechDays 2016 Netherlands. It is well organized event with very good and interesting content. I was speaking there year ago and I had only good experiences with this event. This year it is held in RAI Center at Amsterdam in the beginning of October – 04-05.10.2016. This blog post tells why it is important to visit this event and why it is important to come to my Azure deep-dive session.
20 07 2015
With ASP.NET 5 we don’t have current bundling and minification system available. It’s replaced by new one that is based on Gulp. Default web application shows how to minify simple and safe files. But if you have some more complex design with CSS files referring to images then you are on your own. This post shows you how to solve a problem.
26 11 2014
Next week I have honor to speak at Software Development Conference 2014. It is held on 01-02.12 at Arnhem, Netherlands. I have sessions on both days – in total four sessions – and here is the short overview of these. It’s all mostly about ASP.NET, ASP.NET vNext, and cloud but there’s also something about legacy code. I hope you will join me!
21 11 2014
This year I have honor to be a speaker at Code Camp 2014, Macedonia. It’s one of the biggest developers event in Macedonia. I have been in Macedonia as a speaker once before but it was community evening and not a big conference. This time I come to Skopje with new ASP.NET vNext. In this post I will give short overview about digital hell I prepared for Macedonian techies.
14 11 2014
Although ASP.NET MVC is well tested framework and probably you don’t find any major bugs in public releases you may still sometimes need to debug your application with ASP.NET MVC sources. In this posting I will show you how debugging with sources works in ASP.NET vNext.
5 11 2014
Something cool to try out – you can run your ASP.NET vNext applications on Windows Azure Websites already today. Yes, you can take Visual Studio 14 CTP, create ASP.NET vNext application and deploy it to cloud. In this posting we will sniff around in Azure Websites to see how ASP.NET vNext applications run there.
3 11 2014
Using new ASP.NET tooling it is also very easy to run tests on command line. We don’t need Visual Studio to be installed on machine where we want to run tests and we can use this fancy K-stuff to make tests run. This post will show you how to write and run tests using new Visual Studio and K.