Sometimes standard stuff sucks hard. In this article I'm describing how I use Open Source apps to enhance my android experience without feeding the data sourcing google apps massively.
SOLID is a set of programming principles and rules to write clean, maintainable, testable and readable code. Tim Corey has created a free set of videos with practical examples about the SOLID principes.
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I'm currently doing a Clean-Code-Developer "challenge". In this Article i'm publically documenting my experiences.
There are different grades described at this page.
From time to time I have a need to code after work. Sometimes I really like kicking off a new private project but I don't always have the right idea.
I thought about the things I learned while working from home during the lockdown. I wrote them down in a small list.
This sounds a bit more naughty than it actually is. But here's a neat tool I did not know about but find to be very useful: Microsoft PowerTools.
What kind of topic is that to post it here? Wait for it.
Currently there's a shirtstorm in the github repo of Microsoft's VS Code where a dude opened an issue claiming a santa's-hat-icon as offensive as a swastika. Because Christmas was responsible for jew genocide in his eyes, it's offensive for him to place a santa's hat icon in an open source code editor.
Have you ever charged your phone at a public USB port? If so, you might have got hacked. It's usual for scammers to infect public USB charging ports with malware.
Some days ago I received an email that someone logged into an old account of mine. The hoster obviously introduced 2FA, so i got a verification code.
What is .Net Core?
.Net Core is a framework from Microsoft that runs on all of the common desktop platforms. They took all of the awesome stuff from .Net Framework and left out the bloaty and unnessecary parts.