Archive for the 'Uncategorized' Category

Logstash pipelines

June 3, 2019

Sample IIS log pipeline with logstash https://t.co/DMbg6y4Bqg

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Vue.js

November 1, 2018

Lengthy tutorial for Vue.js and other useful tools.
https://www.infoq.com/articles/vue-getting-started-aws-bulma

HTML on-line tools

May 27, 2016

A Look At Akka.NET

September 29, 2015

Nice article about Akka.Net http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1007161/A-Look-At-Akka-NET

Functional testing on Web applications

August 30, 2013

Guide on Web applications testing.

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Chrome Tools

August 28, 2013

Nice tutorial.

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Check my new app My WishingWall

October 31, 2012

Hi Everyone, we are very pleased to announce that our My WishingWall has finally reached its first public release ! You can try it right here -> http://apps.facebook.com/mywishingwall/ and be sure to check out our bookmarklet app that let’s you add virtually any product from any website on the net !

Code-Based Migrations

May 11, 2012

Nice Article.

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VS Achievements and FxCop

January 23, 2012

Article about installing FxCop for Achievements.

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My check null

December 20, 2011

There are many solutions on the net for avoiding the null check. Here is mine:

public interface Option<T> { }

public struct Nothing<T> : Option<T> { }

public struct Just<T> : Option<T>
{
    public readonly T Value;

    public Just(T value) { Value = value; }
}

public static class OptionExtentions
{
    public static Option<T> ToOption<T>(this T value)
    {
        return (value == null)
            ? new Nothing<T>() as Option<T>
            : new Just<T>(value);
    }

    public static U Select<T, U>(this Option<T> option,
      Func<T, U> func)
    {
        return option.Select(func, () => default(U));
    }

    public static U Select<T, U>(this Option<T> option, 
      Func<T, U> whereJust, Func<U> whereNothing)
    {
        return option is Just<T>
            ? whereJust(((Just<T>)option).Value)
            : whereNothing();
    }
}

And implementation:

return (from h in HttpContext.Current.ToOption()
       select h.User);