Tag "dotnet"

Containers and DLL Hell

Back in the 1990s, shared libraries were all the rage. Instead of having to ship a 20 MB *.exe file to your customer in various floppy disks, you could cut some code out, put it in a set of *.dll files, and reuse that code across all your products. Every vendor would then install lots of DLL files in your system, and they would be reused by other apps from the same vendor.

The New Microsoft

Microsoft is a big, big, big name in our industry. No matter what they do, everybody notices. Whether it’s good or bad, useful or ridiculous, big or small, it never goes by unnoticed.

A Linker for Joel

In January 2004 Joel Spolsky wrote a blog post titled “Please Sir May I Have a Linker?, where he described his tribulations trying to install a small .NET app in computers not bundled with the original .NET framework.

Password Hashing in Django

This technique can be useful when migrating applications from Django to ASP.

Auto Incrementing UWP and .NET Version Numbers

Here’s a few tips and tricks to allow assemblies to auto-increment their version number upon build.

Useful C# Snippets

Some useful snippets collected during my work with C#, UWP, and .

Map Entire PostgreSQL DB Into EF Core

As the title says: dotnet ef dbcontext scaffold "Host=localhost;Database=tribo;Username=tribo;Password=;" Npgsql.EntityFrameworkCore.PostgreSQL -o Models

iPhone Apps without Objective-C

Yes, it’s possible. Even if Objective-C is one of my preferred programming languages, in any case I think it’s worth mentioning that, 2 years after the official iPhone SDK has been announced, the iPhone development landscape has really grown up, and many, many different options are available today.

Some .NET Code

I just updated the Projects subsection of this site with some .