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Sitefinity Multisite With IIS Express

on the current solution folder look for the .vs\SitefinityWebApp\config folder and the applicationhost.config file open the applicationhost.config file in a text editor and look for a similar string site name=’SitefinityWebApp’ id=’2′ comment out the existing binding entry add new bindings … Continue reading

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My first Take on Terraform – Part 02

On my previous blog post, I started looking at Terraform and AWS. I’ve learned how to write a *.tf file, how to pass values to it, some core AWS concepts and I was able to provision an EC2 instance with NGINX … Continue reading

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My first take on terraform

On my previous company, I had the opportunity to learn and do some DevOps work. Thanks to some amazing colleagues I was able to pick up some concepts and experience regarding infrastructure as code, docker, kubernetes, yaml files and others. … Continue reading

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(basic / usefull ) kubectl commands

Disclaimer: This is a list of commands/options I found most useful in my day-to-day activities, there are many commands/options available, you may find other commands/options more useful or use them in another way. kubectl config get-contexts kubectl config use-context <context> kubectl … Continue reading

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Docker – blog post series

A series of posts from the Microsoft App Consult Team about docker and deploying a multi-container app.   First steps with Docker – Introduction First steps with Docker – “Dockerizing” your first application Introduction to Docker – Create a multi-container application Introduction … Continue reading

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(basic / useful) Docker commands

Disclaimer: This is a list of commands/options I found most useful in my day-to-day activities, there are many commands/options available, you may find other commands/options more useful or use them in another way. Basic ( runtime check ) docker -v docker … Continue reading

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Do you know you can override the == operator ?

Yes you can! In order to override equality in Value Types we should : implement IEquatable override object.Equals() implement == implement != implement object.GetHashCode() Check Simon Robinson course on Pluralight about C# Equality and Comparisons

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Back to the basics…

While watching this course from K. Scott Allen I’ve re-learned some things about Object Oriented Programming, namely this .. If you have a class… and a derived class… The c# compiler will choose the method to run based on the type … Continue reading

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SSMS Templates : export and import

This week i’ve installed the SSMS  2014 and wanted to get my templates from SSMS 2012. Since there is no import / export feature i’ve found out this post from Grumpy DBA In my case it was just copying from : TO Thanks Grumpy … Continue reading

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MVC Layouts

I have found this very straightforward post about MVC Layouts… http://www.dotnet-tricks.com/Tutorial/mvc/3WDE140613-Different-ways-of-rendering-layouts-in-Asp.Net-MVC.html Simple but effective..

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