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My troubleshooting routine

January 4, 2020 -
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Hack Sioux Falls Final Projects (Fall 2019)

January 2, 2020 -
Eleven kids, ten meet-ups, one shorted board, a dozen blown LEDs, zero burnt finger, one story on KDLT, and two months of fun & creativity. That sums up our fourth Hack Sioux Falls project hosted by Code Bootcamp School. When I first launched this project last year, I had no idea what to expect orRead more

Updating Service Fabric after updating .Net Core 3.1 and the Nuget packages

December 13, 2019 -
Updating Service Fabric after updating .Net Core 3.1 and the Nuget packages While working on a SF Stateful Service that was .Net Core 2.2, .Net Core 3.1 was released. After I upgraded all the Nuget Packages I started getting a runtime exception in the SF explorer for my service that it couldn’t find C:\Program Files\Microsoft Service Fabric\bin\Fabric\Fabric.Code\NS_7. On 12/13/2019, I had these versions local:, SDK We are quite behind.

More Changes Coming for the Laminas Project

December 5, 2019 -
Progress has been happening at a furious pace on the Zend Framework to Laminas transition, with major changes still dropping even now. Most recently, we decided to rename the subprojects. Apigility will become the Laminas API Tools, and Expressive will become Mezzio. For more background, read the Zend by Perforce blog post.

Become more productive with a clipboard manager

December 5, 2019 -
Become more productive with a clipboard manager As a developer, I find myself re-using the same strings I’ve copied over and over. Rather then putting those items in Notepad++ and then copying them again when I need them, I’ve found that a clipboard manager makes this much faster. I’ve been using Ditto for years. Windows 10 has a clipboard manager that came in 2019, just hit Windows + V. Visual Studio 2019 also has a clipboard ring history tool.

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Software Engineer

December 4, 2019 - Anchorage
Role Description: Build secure, resilient, and global infrastructure from the ground up! Review code across the entire stack and engineering organization while actively participating in product development. Find the right balance between progress (i.e. shipping quickly) and perfection (i.e. measuring twice). Foster an efficient deterministic testing culture, with an emphasis on minimizing tech debt and bureaucracy. Influence architecture/product roadmap - have a seat at the table. Collaborate cross-functionally with everyone.

.Net Developer

November 26, 2019 - Blend Interactive
Long story short, this is what we look for in our .NET developers: In addition to the server-side language, we need someone who loves to code and knows HTML, Javascript, CSS, and jQuery. We need someone who can take ideas and turn them into clean, solid code. Someone who can grasp the big picture while still getting the details right. Someone who can turn out great websites without losing their sense of humor. You’re out there. We know it.

Senior Software Engineer

October 19, 2019 - Prismatic
Hey. Are you a super talented software engineer who is getting tired of working on the same boring stuff all the time? Maybe you’ve spent a bunch of time keeping up on the latest tech but don’t see many opportunities to use it in your day job? Perhaps you’re looking for the opportunity to play a key role in shaping the direction and culture of an exciting new startup, working alongside other talented and driven individuals such as yourself?
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