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  • Site Migration to Azure: Azure Front Door is the Key to Speedy and Secure Websites

    The software that runs this website is fairly old, but the old adage in software of "if it still runs, run it into the ground" is most certainly holding true around here, however, I recently started the arduous task of migrating this site into Azure as an App Service, with a dedicated VM running...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Mon, Aug 24 2020
    Filed under: .Net, Site News, Metablog
  • Default Interface Methods in C#: What Are Traits, and Why Are They Needed?

    Curious to see what my fellow .Net developers/architects think of this new language feature that's been bandied about since at least early 2017, though it's now potentially slated to be included in C# 8.0. I have to admit, at first I didn't "get it" but I've been doing some...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sat, Dec 29 2018
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Tools and Resources, Tech Articles, .Net, Links and News, C#, Design Patterns
  • Career Advancement: The Highly Sought After Solutions Architect Role

    Recently I attained the title of Solutions Architect in my career, which is exactly what I wanted to be when I embarked on this career path 16 years ago. Even though I’ve basically been doing the role of a Solutions Architect for a few years now, obtaining the official title and the official responsibilities...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Tue, Mar 27 2018
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, General, Tools and Resources, Tech Articles, .Net, Being Jayson
  • Template Method Implementation in C#: An Easy Way to Make Your Code Hum Along

    A pet project I’ve been working on (on and off, time permitting) has been in need of some serious refactoring, so I finally sat down to eliminate some redundancy, and work on some design pattern work. A common problem in software design is making sure base class implementation is always called from overrides...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sun, Sep 23 2012
    Filed under: Tools and Resources, .Net, Programming Paradigms, C#, Design Patterns
  • Visual Studio 2012/TFS 2012: A Breath of Fresh Air

    Visual Studio 2012 hasn’t been released to the general public yet, but a friend of mine was nice enough to lend me his MSDN copy of both VS and Team Foundation Server (I run Sharepoint 2010 on my intranet, which is a requirement for TFS…the integration is incredible). While you’re at it, do yourself...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sun, Sep 16 2012
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Opinions, .Net, Visual Studio, F#, TFS
  • Dynamically Inject Validation Controls From A Base ASP.NET Page

    I've been out of work this week sick (which really sucks...I don't do very well with idle time, plus I haven't been sick enough to miss work in many years), so what better time to catch up on some blogging. We had an interesting scenario at work recently whereby we needed to dynamically attach...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Wed, Sep 26 2007
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Tools and Resources, .Net
  • MSDN Event In Charlotte – Silverlight, LINQ and WCF

    Microsoft is having an MSDN event here in Charlotte on the 16th of August with topics on Silverlight, LINQ and WCF, all of which are pretty exciting technologies coming down the pipe for the Visual Studio 2008/.Net Framework 3.5 release later this year. I know I'm pretty excited about them! Our group...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Mon, Jul 30 2007
    Filed under: General, .Net, Links and News, Charlotte, Vista and WinFX
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