Month / September 2016

A few posts back I wrote about an Application Insights, Azure based solution for tracking application data. Yesterday I realised it has a feature that I wanted to use it even more. I think you will want to use it too. Paweł Łukasik Founder of Octal Solutions a .NET software house. Passionate dev, blogger, occasionally speaker, […]

Did you ever wondered what it would be like if you are not limited to static Main(string[] args) as your entrypoint? Did you ever wanted more freedom over where your app starts? Actually you can have that. Paweł Łukasik Founder of Octal Solutions a .NET software house. Passionate dev, blogger, occasionally speaker, one of the leaders of Wroc.NET user group. […]

Did you ever needed to modify the source code to return some value for the testing purpose? Or you needed to alter the code as so to stimulate some flow? If your answer is yes then I guess you also forgot (from time to time) to revert your change back and such temporary fix went into […]

Everyone knows how to enhance Visual Studio’s debugging experience by applying DebuggerDisplay attribute (in polish). If not – read Piotr’s post here. That’s debugging 101. Here’s how to improve your experience even more. Paweł Łukasik Founder of Octal Solutions a .NET software house. Passionate dev, blogger, occasionally speaker, one of the leaders of Wroc.NET user group. […]

CIL/IL is the intermediary language that is behind every .NET code you write. You might not know it, you might not be aware that it’s there but once you know it you will like it (or not :)). But to truly get to know it you need to have the tools to play with it. […]

Data! Data! Data! I can’t make bricks without clay! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle I like gathering data of all kind. Financial, personal and technical one. But gathering data just for the sake of doing it makes no sense. We need to analyse it. There are tools for all kind of data gathering and post-processing but […]