Configuring Serilog ...

The past weeks I’ve been working with creating a service API in Asp.Net 5 and .Net Core, exciting stuff. We’re running this in a docker container configured from the base Asp Net containers so it’s all easy to deploy. Well almost. you have to have logging right? And the file...

Jenkins with Visual ...

On my current project we’re using Jenkins as a CI platform and Visual Studio Online with TFS for source control. I’ve been wanting to setup the builds on our intranet again to run the integration tests relying on intranet access each check-in. I had an issue with this, as I did...

Git credentials on w...

I was sure I had already made a post on this subject for my own reference but as it seems I haven’t here it goes. I’m not a great fan of passwords as I’ve got about three million or some such at this point so if there’s a way of not having to enter them every time...

Event store growing ...

We had the opportunity of trying out some new tech a while back when building a licence system and going through the options for persisting data we ended up choosing Event Store (not just for the cute mascot). It’s not really intuitive to get up and running but works well once there....

Mark all mail as rea...

It’s easy enough to end up with too much unread email and gmail manages to hide some of its features quite well so here is a guide of how to mark all of your email as read. Step 1. Filter on unread mail In the search field, enter in:unread and press enter, this will give you a paged...

Alias for windows co...

When working with git and node js you end up using the command line quite a lot. As a Windows grown developer this is kind of a strange sensation really, you quickly start to appreciate why those Linux guys constantly advocated the bash and you also understand why they didn’t move over...