Getting your bundles packaged via Octopack
Recently at work we started doing some research on Octopus Deploy to automate our deployment procedures so the process is defined and easily repeatable. One of our applications required a bit of a tweak since we utilize the asset bundling library Cassette and the msbuild target.
Sample Asp.net application
To get started I simply crated a . . .
Using the built in directives to build a simple contact form app.
What To Build
Given my constraints of not writing any . . .
Bang my head against the keyboard
Today has been a bang my head on the keyboard type of morning. This morning I set out to write tests to make sure the actions inside of our project are audited correctly by sending messages to a message queue. Now as a good developer we don't want to test the action of sending to the message queue but just that the message was sent to the . . .
to the command line!
In the past week we were working out of a shelveset inside of TFS and soon realized we needed a branch as working out of the shelveset was not going to work any longer.
I created the new branch, pulled it down, and unshelved the changes while in the new branch. When this action completed I looked around and wondered what happened to my . . .
Workshop, Keynote, and a quick session
Day 4 for me consisted of a workshop, watching a keynote in the afternoon and watching a quick 15 minute talk from Scott Hanselman.
Three principles for mobile api design
- Reduce round trips to the server
- Control verbosity
- Restrict access
Learned something new, Genymotion, faster android emulator
Reduce round . . .
Today was sort of slow for me since things started later at 11am (because of the time change).
randome notes from the day
Building next generation User Experiences at NASA
Software that helps scientists plan out experiments for the orbiter, users where actually the software in a different way to find the location of the orbiter. . . .
Since I had a late night last night breakfast was in the form of a free Monster drink obtained from the registers lounge.
Back again to the SXXPress pass line on level 4, going up the escalator you can see the number of people milling around on the floor. Getting up to the fourth floor there was a long line. I feared it . . .