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Prototypes for my event scheduler project

I’ve written a lot about prototypes since starting my event scheduler project, but I didn’t go in deep about why I was doing it, so here is it. In short, there are many unknowns in my project, both technical and product-wise, and I don’t want to go too far in a direction without knowing if it will work since my ...

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Starting the prototype: building the database

This week, I started working on a prototype of the UI for my event scheduler software to test if it makes sense on a tablet and on a desktop. Since this is a prototype, I’m not putting any effort in the architecture, error handling or on tricky edge cases and business logic for now. What I’m testing out exactly is ...

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Real-Time Website Data Using SignalR

When I was tasked with using SignalR to implement the real-time updating of data on a project I was working on, I was excited. Namely because it is a newer technology and I have always welcomed learning new technologies – especially when there is an immediate need to implement it, as opposed to reading about the technology and then never ...

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Many Web.config have merged together

You can have more than one Web.config in an application and they will all be merged in the end, which is fine. Also, if you have a problem with the configuration for a given project it will usually show up in your development environment right away and will not make it to production. But here is a problem that occurred ...

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