GIT: Download a Patch of a Commit from GitHub

by Oliver 15. November 2017 09:00

We are building our branch portal software discoverize on top of the mature Orchard CMS and incorporate important changes from the Orchard sources into our own software. Today, I wanted to add the CacheManagerExtensions class to discoverize to take advantage of some optimizations to the cache popula... [More]

.NET Developer Days 2017: Performance That Pays Off – by Szymon Kulec @Scooletz

by Oliver 8. November 2017 09:00

This is a digitalized version of my session notes from the conference. Key Questions How fast is it? How fast could it be? How fast should it be? Always measure your gains – which implies you need to measure your current performance. Allocations Cost – Sometimes A Lot Here's an example from Hyper... [More]

.NET Developer Days 2017: Progressive Web Apps (PWAs)

by Oliver 31. October 2017 09:00

What are PWAs or Progressive Web Apps? According to Jeff Burtoft (@github) they are: A development approach using a set of technologies that allows web content to deliver app-like experiences, including offline functionality, notifications, and device access. What's special about PWAs? They are pr... [More]

.NET Developer Days 2017: Microservices Everywhere

by Oliver 27. October 2017 09:00

"Microservices" was the buzzword during the conference with over half of the talks mentioning them and a few diving quite deep into the topic, e.g. Michele Leroux Bustamante with her session "Surviving Microservices". Here's a pretty diagram of what to imagine when hearing "microservices": [Diagram... [More]

.NET Developer Days 2017: The Performance Investigator's Field Guide – by Sasha Goldshtein

by Oliver 26. October 2017 10:00

Although the choice of the best session was not easy, it has to be awarded to Sasha Goldstein with his session on performance detective work. His session was very well prepared, had a clear goal and path, was packed with insights into challenges and problems during performance investigation work, an... [More]

.NET Developer Days 2017: Summary + Brain Dump

by Oliver 25. October 2017 10:37

A colleague of mine and I attended the .NET Developer Days conference this year. It was my third time participating; he was there for the first time. Here are links to the complete agenda and the pre-con workshops. My personal conference schedule Wednesday, October 18th Programming ASP.NET MVC C... [More]

Shades Of Orange – by The End

by Oliver 20. October 2017 07:00

I've just stumbled upon this record: Shades Of Orange by The End. Here's the music, thanks to YouTube: An enjoyable piece, actually :-) And here a higher resolution image of the disc, copyright https://www.discogs.com: Ok, let's all get back to work now ;-)

How to Retrieve Your Google Search Console Data via API

by Oliver 8. September 2017 00:04

To set up API access to a site's Search Console, we first need to set up and configure a project in the Google Developer Console. Afterwards, we will connect that project to the Search Console to retrieve data from there using our own application. In the Google Developer Console Set up a project in... [More]

Configure TeamCity to Support Compilation of C# 6 Code using MSBuild

by Oliver 7. September 2017 00:13

For quite a long time, our team chose not to mess with our working TeamCity configurations, which compile, build, test, and deploy our code several times a day. Two weeks ago, we finally upgraded our last and at the same time biggest project discoverize to work with Visual Studio 2017. This allowed ... [More]

My First Own Git Alias: Fast Forward Some Branch To Its Origin's (aka Remote's) HEAD

by Oliver 25. April 2017 10:34

Git aliases are a great way to save you some valuable keystrokes but also to stop remembering verbose syntax to do simple things. One of these things I regularly do is fast-forwarding a local branch to the last commit of its remote tracking branch. There are – of course – several viable solutions to... [More]

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shades-of-orange.com code blog logo I'm a software developer at teamaton. I code in C# and work with MVC, Orchard, SpecFlow, Coypu and NHibernate. I enjoy beach volleyball, board games and Coke.