How NOT to Choose a JS Framework

How NOT to Choose a JS Framework

There are a ton of articles out there on how to choose a JavaScript framework. This article is not one of them. Instead, I’ve written this article to provide some guidance that should help you NOT choose a particular JS framework. Often, the correct choice is no JS framework at all. If you are just […]

Good Fake Data

Good Fake Data

When it comes to testing your code, good data is hard to come by. For new greenfield solutions, there often is no data. And using production data is a bad idea for a variety of reasons. But that doesn’t reduce the importance of good test data. We need good test data, and good (read: realistic) […]

Hangin’ Around with Hangfire

Hangin’ Around with Hangfire

.NET Core is awesome. Better performance, cleaned up interfaces, what’s not to like? Well, in the cloud world some things just aren’t there yet. For example, if you want to use WebJobs for async processing you might have some problems with .NET Core (at least as of June 2018). WebJobs provide a super easy way […]