Category/Tag: Developers

ASP.NET Core - How We Made a Mega Site Super Smooth and Lightning Fast

ASP.NET Core - How We Made a Mega Site Super Smooth and Lightning Fast

In late 2017 we had the opportunity come up to revamp a website several of our team had previously worked on while employed at another company. Ultimately the original goal was to reskin the site with a responsive design...


Working at a Consulting Firm - My First Six Months

Working at a Consulting Firm - My First Six Months

I'm about six months into my consulting position at Mindfire Technology, and I couldn't be happier with my co-workers. I've learned so much in this short time and have acquired an even greater hunger for learning...


Pulling Data From Midi File in Swift, Objective-C and CoreAudio

Pulling Data From Midi File in Swift, Objective-C and CoreAudio

I needed to play mixed mp3's, wav's and midi files while synchronously displaying the sheet music associated with them. I was given the midi file and all data that was entered at the time the music was recorded. In iOS, it is not as easy to do as you would think...


How to Force Visual Studio 2017 to Use the Latest Node.js

How to Force Visual Studio 2017 to Use the Latest Node.js

  • By Dan Beus
  • Software Engineer

Or any version that you would like to install. On installation, Visual Studio gives developers the choice to install Node.js tools for working with the framework, and for integrating JavaScript build tools with Visual Studio’s own build process.


XAML Cheat Sheet

XAML Cheat Sheet

This is a cheat sheet I wrote many years ago when I did a presentation about WPF. I still find it handy so I thought I would put it up here so others could download and enjoy!


An Introduction to Mocking Frameworks

An Introduction to Mocking Frameworks

So you're unit testing, and perhaps even practicing Test Driven Development (TDD). Congratulations! You're likely better than at least half of your peers! There is just one thing you cannot figure out. How am I supposed to just test one thing when my code has dependencies? Enter Mocking!