So it has finally come to this. After procrastinating for a while now I've finally decided to setup a blog. The blog is a static site generated by Wyam and hosted on Netlify. You can find the source code for this blog here.
I have lots and lots of interesting stuff I would like to blog about, some will happen and some will not. Because like most people, I'm also short on hours per day to spend on spare time tinkering. A couple of things that's in the pipeline though is:
- Depends, a command line dependency explorer for .NET powered by Buildalyzer and gui.cs.
- Cake (C# Make), as some of you know, a lot of my spare time coding goes into Cake. My contributions are mostly concentrated in the Roslyn, NuGet, and tooling area. Maybe a deep dive in how Cake uses the NuGet.Client libraries for installing addins and tools?
- OmniSharp, as some of you know, one of the reasons why I was invited as Cake maintainer was that I was working on intellisense support for
.cakefiles in OmniSharp. I've been thinking about a three part blog series where I explain what is what, and how it all ties together in order to support intellisense for Cake.
- Service Fabric, microservices development and application lifecycle management done right. This is a really cool, open source, distributed systems platform from Microsoft that makes it easy to package, deploy, and manage scalable and reliable microservices and containers.
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