Generating GitHub Pages from Test Output

Getting Started with GitHub Pages GitHub Pages allow you to generate a website for yourself, an organization or a project based on markdown files stored in a repository. Pages is based on Jekyll and comes with a couple standard themes. Jekyll creates static pages so there is no need to update a database or anything. […]

CodeConverter.NET SDK: Now open-source!

I spent a lot of time on planes and in airports the last few weeks so I put together a present. After posting about CodeConverter.NET and the View as PowerShell Chrome Extension, I had some feedback that it would be great if the code for this was open-source. After some clean up, I’ve published the […]

MongoDB for the .NET Developer

Recently, I’ve been using MongoDB every day. Before this, I was used SQL server almost exclusively. I decided to use MongoDB over SQL for my most recent project and it has a bit of a learning curve. Here are a couple MongoDB concepts that took me a little bit to understand and get working within .NET. […]