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Solution-wide analysis – deal with post build hidden errors on views Blog

There are some hidden errors that won’t be shown after solution build. One of them are errors on views which are shown only when the file is open… But we won’t open every file to check if there is any error. Fortunately, there are ways to check it with less effort. One of them is to use an external tool or more precisely one feature of ReSharper. The feature is called solution-wide analysis and you can check it...

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Decorator – structural design pattern Blog

It’s time to start a series of design patterns. The first will be decorator which is one of the structural design patterns. But what are design patterns and when should we use them?  They are instructions or templates which can be used to resolve commonly occurring problems. They’re our programmer’s toolbox for everyday problems. So this time look closer at decorator pattern, what problem it solves...

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Configuration in .Net Core 1.1 console project Blog

Almost every application needs some kind of config. We can store it in file, database or cloud. But have we got any solution to help us manage those configs? Configuration Configuration builder provides a way to manage name-value configuration even from multiple sources. As we can read from Microsoft there are configuration providers for: Files ex JSON, XML Command-line arguments Environment variables In-memory objects Encrypted user...

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Changing author of the pushed git commit in opensource project Blog

Sometimes we have to change author of the pushed commit. How to do it without much efford? Today I stuck on similar problem. I was using SourceTree to commit some changes to be available on my second computer… Unfortunately I didn’t realise which user is associated with it. Just after push saw wrong author next to the commit. Because I’m not very familiar with console...

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Using Rancher UI to manage docker containers Blog / Project

Hello! Without further ado lets dig into the world of containers! I’ll show how to easily run rabbitmq using rancher on docker 🙂 Plan for this post: What is docker? How to set it up? Basic commands helpfull using docker What is Rancher? How to set it up? Example with running rabbitmq using rancher Sum up What is docker? As we can read on the docker.com docker is...

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OrderBy with boolean value | How to put specific values on top of the list Blog

Hi there! I’ve just had to sort some list alphabetically with specific values on top. Here is one of the possible solution. Worth to know: OrderBy sorts items in ascending order [a, b, c, d] [1,2,3,4] Can be use with boolean function False = 0 True = 1 So if we use: Item that equals „Cat” will be placed as last element, because as the only element...

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