Task Running Windows Service in .NET

The PrefaceI bought a new computer a while back. I do a lot of file moving/manipulation/cleanup on my home PC because I’m an avid Plex user. For these tasks I simply use .bat or .cmd files and the Windows task scheduler. It’s quite a simple solution and generally runs like clock work. Until it doesn’t and you can’t understand why.First AttemptAf...   [Read More]

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Getting MEAN With TypeScript

I have been doing a lot of research into the MEAN stack as of late in hopes of possibly using in on my next project. First I wanted to see if using TypeScript was viable, because I come from a .NET background and strong types help me find problems at compile time. Then I wanted to see if I could get some sort of debugging experience. I remember ...   [Read More]

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Dead Letter Management With Azure Service Bus

Isn’t the whole point of durable, reliable messaging that we can re-queue a message for processing?– MeThe BackgroundI recently got involved in a project using Azure Service Bus. The premise was simple, run service bus queue messages through a WebJob durably and reliably. For this project I ended up using the Topics feature for a publish/subscri...   [Read More]

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WooCommerce API Using RestSharp Over HTTP With OAuth

Now after searching NuGet I saw that there is a C# WooCommerce library out there all ready written called WooCommerce.NET. This isn’t going to work for me because I will need the ability to gain access to custom Order fields.So I decided to just use my favorite REST client RestSharp to contact a fairly simple REST API for WooCommerce. But I was ...   [Read More]

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The Developer's Feed

Every day in the ever changing world of technology and development, I try to do some reading to keep up with the world around me. I have worked in places with small teams and big teams, but my current situation puts me as the only person with development skills in my current company. It’s really important in this situation, not to lose touch wit...   [Read More]

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