This post is about using async/await in every possible scenario I encountered. The whole concept behind the use of async/await is to wait without blocking. As a .NET developer I very soon embraced the concept of iterators, thanks to Jeffrey Richter's AsyncEnumerator. I also remember an article about state machines by Matt Pietrek. I first … Continue reading async/await all the way
Right now I'm working on another React Native project that embbed Cross Platform C++ 11 code shared with the desktop version of the application. The desktop version of the app has been created with Qt Creator, which I did not know before. Same input, different ouput We are facing some issues in the shared C++ … Continue reading Back to C++
Update 10/04/2019: Added Lessons learned during development section. See Below. Update 09/26/2019: Added a link to a gist to generate Typescript Entities. See below. I'm currently helping one of my customers with a n-tier Entity Framework powered ASP.NET Core web service and Angular 7.x application. When it comes to real life web apps, on the client … Continue reading Real Life Entity Framework n-tier development
Update 05/09/2019: AWS is now certified HDS as well In order to provide our patient education platform to our customers here at hygeex.com, we are now working with two mayor cloud providers, AWS & Azure. Why is that? Well at first we started with AWS, but we soon realized that because we're dealing with health … Continue reading Multi-cloud architecture part 1: The why
Photo by Александр Прокофьев from Pexels Update: Of course you've understood that the first problem is fixed in the VS 8.2 preview. Just wanted to express my anger when Murphy's law is playing with my nerves. My main development machine is in maintenance because of a - yet to be confirmed - graphic card problem. … Continue reading Double bind, again.
While working on a project for one of my customers, I've decided to amuse myself riding my very own wooden roller coaster, again. There was ups and downs on the path (of course), but I'm satisfied with the result I've been able to achieve, despite the struggling. This is also the experience I've had using Open … Continue reading Creating value rapidly: What I’m using