Category Archives: Development

Domain Training

When I think back on the software development jobs I’ve had it’s been across the following domains: Utility software network outage monitoring systems Dental insurance Private equity Financial data collection Credit risk assessment (I was purely on the operations side … Continue reading

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Asp.Net MVC Elmah config

It took me too long to figure this out, but for anyone who needs it, here’s a default, working, ELMAH config for a ASP.Net MVC 5 deployment. <configuration> <configSections> <sectionGroup name=”elmah”> <section name=”security” requirePermission=”false” type=”Elmah.SecuritySectionHandler, Elmah” /> <section name=”errorLog” requirePermission=”false” … Continue reading

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Coding while tired

I’m doing through a simple MVC project at the moment and I wasted 45 mins trying to get Nuget to install Ninject on a newly created class library. No matter what I was doing, it just wouldn’t work. It was creating … Continue reading

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Code Quality

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about code quality. Specifically, how we get from good intentions to bad implementations. Developers don’t generally go into work and think “Hurrah! today I’m going to hack together a dirty solution to a deep … Continue reading

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