Running a Bamboo CI Server Remote Agent on a Windows Server (Cloud) This post is dedicated to all the lost souls out there of people who try to get a Bamboo Remote Agent Windows server to work. We scratched our
Why You Should Use a Source Control Management System for Even the Simplest, Single-Developer Project
TL;DR: It lets you make significant code and structural changes without fear, experiment features safely and much more. This post is a bit different from the rest of the posts in this blog. It is aimed towards developers in their
To .NET or not to .NET, That is the Question
I’m confused. For many years I’ve been a .NET / Microsoft stack developer (from now on I might call it .NET for simplicity, but what I mean is the Windows / ASP / .NET / IIS / SQL Server etc.
Beginning AngularJS: Best Paths to Take, Recommended People & Resources to Follow
So, after a journey of almost a year since I decided/wanted I need to learn AngularJS, here is some compilation of my experience with AngularJS learning: recommended quickstart/learning resources, main influencers (blogs, podcasts etc.), gotchas and a general roadmap. For
Linux (Ubuntu) Tutorial for Windows Developers & Power Users – Part IV
Part IV – Where Is This Blog Post Series Heading To? Those of you who have followed this blog post series (millions. I know.) might have asked themselves what about subsequent posts, because it’s been a while. The answer is
Linux (Ubuntu) Tutorial for Windows Developers & Power Users – Part III
Part III – Launching Your First Ubuntu Server Machine In the first post of this series I explained the purpose of this tutorial, the type of audience it targets – Windows/.NET developers & power users, and why does a Windows
eBay, You Disappointed Us Badly
Here’s an email I’ve just got from Devin Wenig, eBay marketplaces president (emphasizes are mine): IMPORTANT: PASSWORD UPDATE Dear eBay Member, To help ensure customers’ trust and security on eBay, I am asking all eBay users to change their passwords.
Linux (Ubuntu) Tutorial for Windows Developers & Power Users – Part II
Part II – Ubuntu & Flavors of Linux In the first post of this series I explained the purpose of this tutorial, what type of audience it targets – Windows/.NET developers & power users, and why does a Windows power
Linux (Ubuntu) Tutorial for Windows Developers & Power Users – Part I
Part I – Introduction This post will be the beginning of a series of posts, I still don’t know how many, that will attempt to teach you the basics of using Linux, specifically using Ubuntu Server (why Ubuntu and why
Microsoft, This Is the One Gift You Should Give to the World
I didn’t plan this to be the first blog post in my brand new blog, but it’s something I had in mind for quite a long time and I’ve just stumbled across Scott Hanselman’s great Microsoft killed my Pappy post.