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I’m a developer, nerd, tech freak and a family man. I also share some of my knowledge through blogs and public speaking. I’ve been writing code for more then 10 year professionally and have a wide range of interests. I also like learning and trying new things. You can find me at LinkedIn and at Twitter

Creating NuGet packages from Azure Pipelines with .net core
After my previous post about using Azure DevOps as a buildserver I am going to show you what else you can do with it. The second thing we are going do with it is create a NuGet package and publish it through Azure Pipelines. Read on if you want to …
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Continuous integration in Azure DevOps
Continuous Integration allows a developer to make sure their code builds correctly and that unit tests are run after each check in. There are of course a lot more things you can do with it but on this article I’ll focus on these two first. I’ll be using Azure DevOps …
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Tracking table changes in SQL server
A couple of months ago I needed to write an application that synchronizes data between systems. After the initial sync which were quite a few rows I didn’t want to sync the complete database every few days so I needed another solution. Then i saw a colleague using SQL server …
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Specifying designer datacontext elements in XAML
I was working with some really fancy WPF code and using a style element. After finishing it i looked for my Resharper sidebar to figure out if it had some warnings  or suggestions in it. The properties I was binding to weren’t found in the datacontext so Resharper was giving …
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Simulating touch on windows 10 for a WPF application
Before UWP apps and XAML we had Silverlight and WPF. WPF applications were intended to replace the old Winforms applications. With .Net core 3 supporting WPF it has extended it’s lifespan once more. For a customer I had a WPF application that was mainly operated using a touch screen so …
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