Retrospectively looking at your Github contributions
22 Nov 2020
Sometimes it is good to look at your contribution history on the platform you are involved in so much. It gives an idea about what you have done, what happened to your life during certain moments, etc… Github’s contribution history is great to see that it also allows you to select the year, but it forgets to provide a full retrospective history.
While I had been pondering how I should look for the previous years, I had known that the only way of doing it by an API call that Github provides.
DynamicTranslator 5.0.0 Pre-1 Released!
21 Nov 2020
I had been waiting for .NET 5 release to come out. So, it has finally arrived! I was able to convert DynamicTranslator to it and even released a pre-release version. Since it is .NET 5, I also named the release version as 5.0.0; it’s just an arbitrary field that I gallop my horses on, so why not? :)
LetMePass! - Credential Syncronizer
6 Jun 2020
Since we have begun working as remote developers because of COVID-19, I developed a different way of thinking and time to time questioning myself about the things that I do repetitively. And this blog post is about one of them.
Everyone in the industry uses some type of registry system, like the Docker registry, npm registry, NuGet registry, maybe they are separate, or perhaps they are under an umbrella, like JFrog Artifactory like we use at work.
Using Asp.NetCore 3 and System.Commandline Together
15 Apr 2020
If we have a problem that needs to keep API and CLI both in the same application, here is the solution to your niche problem. We have .Net Core applications at work that use CLI and API construction at the same time. Meaning that if your application binary can also get executed as Command Line Interface, then you need to branch to CLI handlers before you execute/create API handling. Example:
The Story of DynamicTranslator
14 Apr 2020
Several years back, one day, I was reading a pdf book on my PC. PDF was in English which is not my native language, as you may find one of the technical books on the market; and I remember myself, sometimes when I see a word which I don’t know the meaning of, I open a browser and go to Google Translate. But, the point here is, reading something necessitates focus to understand, particularly the technical books, they need more concentration.