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LightSwitch - Setting default Values for DB Table Columns


Evaluating Microsoft’s LightSwitch for a quick Data Entry Job.

This is my very first application and so it will be basic.



Data Entry Screen… 402 more words


My session on "Docker for .net apps" at Bdotnet UG meet

Great start to another weekend with an user group meet at bdotnet. This month’s meet was dedicated to docker┬átechnologies. We had planned for two sessions, one on “Intro to docker” by Docker Captain… 124 more words

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Orchestrating multi service asp.net core application using docker-compose

In my earlier post, I had written about building docker image for an asp.net application. In this post, I will show how we can use… 1,657 more words

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Character Movement in Google Cardboard apps

In my last post, I taught you how to set up a simple scene and the Google Cardboard viewer so we could view our scene in Virtual Reality. 367 more words


Getting Started with Google Cardboard VR with Unity 5

So I’ve been away slowly drowning in my dissertation that’s due by the end of the month! But since I’m on my last section with only 4k words to go, I thought I’d emerge from my books to do a little blog post about how you can get started with developing VR experiences for… 520 more words

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Removing deleted origins from visual studio git

When working in large teams, a lot of feature branches is often created as the project goes on. Visual studio git’s fetch doesn’t clean up these old branches, so over the time a lot of branches is appearing both in your origins, and in the local branches lists. 70 more words


Visual Studio Woes

I put my old Powerball Simulator up on GitHub today, and started to continue working on the newer version that uses WPF. I decided to rename the namespace I was working in as I wanted to tame all of the elements in the solution, and came face-to-face with my greatest frustration with Visual Studio: the absolute ubiquity of configuration and code behind files, which nest and hide references everywhere. 251 more words