I am working on fixing a database that uses GUIDs (i.e. uniqueidentifier) as primary keys. Our customer does a high number of inserts and generates their keys from their application or from NEWID(). In addition, their primary keys are clustered. There are many articles on the Internet that talk about the problem of using non-sequential […]
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I love my Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones. Today I realized I have had my headphones for a while, but haven’t updated them in a very long time. I was on version 1.2.9 (i believe) and now I am on version 2.5.3. Just needed to go to https://btu.bose.com to download Bose’s latest updater. The new software […]
First, let me say that we love IdentityServer4. It doesn’t hurt that we have been using IdentityServer since its early days or that Brock Allen is a good friend of ours. We are doing some IdentityServer work for our customers and I needed to create a sample application that requires authentication for all pages. After […]
One of the most useful tools for Windows is Paint.NET. Apple had created their version of a simple paint application many years ago but has since abandoned it. I wanted to get one for my Mac and after a quick search came across Paintbrush. Paintbrush – The Bitmap Image Editor for Mac OS X https://paintbrush.sourceforge.io/ […]
We are building a product from scratch. As such we are running into minor issues just getting everything set up when we are creating the code. Interestingly I was having an issue accessing my configuration. Originally I had just put the property on the class forgetting that I needed to define a constructor so that […]
Recently I had an issue where I did not have the latest version of .NET Core installed. To check which versions I had installed I used the following command:
Recently we were doing some work on ASP.NET Core Identity. We created a SQL Server database project to contain the database and imported the existing database. Unfortunately, we kept getting the following error on build.
We are excited to be attending Amazon’s AWS re:Invent conference. This is their premier conference for their cloud services platform and is the second year we will be attending as an AWS Partner.
Come visit Boston Code Camp on November 4, 2017 to see me present on two topics and talk about the future of .NET in a panel discussion with local experts. Building Cross Platform Video Conferencing Applications Today developers need to be an expert at building applications for not just one platform, but multiple platforms across […]