So incase you havn’t been following me. I joined Cargurus in July. At cargurus we’re currently working on our mobile web experience written in react, redux and reselect. As our implementation grew so did our time to first paint.Continue reading
Ok so recently I was chatting on a slack, mostly sharing cat pictures, when I realized the CarGurus slack account did not have a
/cat command. I knew immediately, this had to change!
A few weeks ago I ran a 3 day event at Vistaprint. We had many engineers fly into our organization. These engineers are from both other countries, and even other companies. We essentially had a mini 3 day conference, and I had to run it! I learned quite a bit about running a conference.Continue reading
So its no secret I’m a docker fan. In-fact, I’ve been a fan of docker since the early betas. I work in an office, with a high amount of people running some form of windows, and I hear this quote quite a lot.
Docker for windows only supports windows 10, you can’t use docker on windows 7, 8, etc.
Here we are, its 2017 dotnet core is out, and finally dotnet has a proper cli. In a previous post we explored the new cli. In short you can use the dotnet cli to build, test, package, and publish projects. However sometimes just using the cli is not enough. Sometimes, you land in a place where you have many projects to compile, test, and package.
When Visual studio 2015 launched, I wrote a blog post titled Resharper without Resharper. This was clearly aimed at giving people the ability in 2015 to divorce themselves from the very expensive product. In writing the post however, I didn’t realize people would just want a low down on cool vs2015 extensions.Continue reading
Ok so I’ve been in the alexa skills market recently, and obviously amazon wants you to use AWS Lambda for your skills. If you are like me, you have a ton of stuff in azure app service (the PaaS of azure). Azure app service supports nodejs, java, python, and of course .net. The two sdk’s amazon ships (node, java) do not tie in with a web stack, and are obviously thought of as being used with Lambda.
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