"Net Neutrality" has captured the zeitgeist (in tech, anyway). The greed of the profit-focused ISPs has finally caused them to go too far - or it might. That's the story, anyway. But is it really as simple as that?
a brief treatment of naming things
Motivation In my previous post, Practical Permission-based Authorization in ASP.NET Core, I tried to demonstrate how to implement a regime of permissions-based authorization without having to stuff it all into an ever-exploding list of roles, without...
ASP.NET Core applications are configured using the Configure and optionally, the ConfigureServices methods of the startup class (typically Startup). ConfigureServices is used to set up the dependency injection container that ships with ASP.NET Core....
Resource authorization implemented as TypeFilterAttribute-based attributes are an ideal way to implement permissions-based authorization in ASP.NET Core MVC.
Using NightmareJS, Node 6, and Mocha to do headless integration testing.
A Christian commitment to a better kind of politics
I found Hugo and decided to give it a whirl on Azure and GitLab. Here's how I did it.
I have an idea about who Rey is, and I think it's somewhat original. I thought of it on my own, anyway. Warning! there are definitely spoilers all over this post. If you haven't seen the film and you still want he suspense of not knowing, then DO NOT READ THIS.
So, working remotely can be a desirable state of affairs for a lot of people. But there are some things that one has to give particular attention to in order to succeed.
Well, it seems like everyone I know is writing posts on working remotely, so I should do one too. I've actually been doing this longer than almost everyone else I know working remotely, so it's probably past time anyway.
A brief overview of the new Katana pipeline and how it relates to OWIN, IIS, Helios, and ASP.NET vNext.