Working on a Raspberry PI today and wanted to run Node on it. Easy. boom, done right? Wrong. Tried to install an npm package and this What to do instead? Run these commands, do go to and get the link to the latest version though from the node website. When that’s all good done, install
I’m working on a website which is written in traditional ASP.NET, uses AjaxControlToolKit and all kinds of historic goodies. If we where in 2008, I’d be buying the original developers a beer. However, what you can’t rely on is what gets changed after. The project uses RegisterClientScriptResource in quite a few places, been a while since
It just doesn’t work. Don’t even try it, not that you would be now.
TLDR; Don’t use HttpWebRequest on .NET Core in high load environments.
I’ve been working on migrating a bunch of projects to .NET Core. Wanted to create a single solution with all of the projects added to it. This is how you can do it.
Spent some time today trying to make NuGet.Server work so that I can host my own packages. I’m working on a new .NET core project on my Mac and wanted to host the server in IIS which is accessible from various machines.
I’ve been working on a project where I need to drive a BLDC 3 phase HALL effect sensored motor.
At my Fathers home, there is an allotment that for years has grown food for the family. Scattered around the place is various water tanks which collects the rain water for watering the garden. There is a problem with this, some of the tanks are not connected to any guttering and are quite far away from an actual water source.
I’m working on a task and wanted to find a certificate from the Local Computer store based on its Thumbprint and ran into the below exception. If you are trying something similar you might get the below exception if you COPY the value from the Certificate MMC snap in.
(This was written quickly and my English leaves a lot to be desired so please expect errors / typo’s things not to make sense)