Mar 192015
 March 19, 2015  Posted by at 11:25 am Debugging, Dev Environment No Responses »
Video: The File Exists- IOException and monitoring file creation

Turns out quite a few people have had similar problems and after several emails and comments I decided to reproduce the problem and the debugging and record it. Hopefully the video should help a few more, and as always feel free to share tips and tricks,- and whatever problems you encountered! Here is the previous […]

Mar 142015
 March 14, 2015  Posted by at 11:28 am Debugging, Debugging Windows, Dev Environment 2 Responses »
The File Exists- IOException, monitoring file creation and Atom

Last week was interesting. I spent 5 hours debugging my laptop after having several problems with it. Upside is that I have a few things to share with you 🙂 Let’s start with the first problem. EDIT: VIDEO ADDED HERE My laptop is new, it’s a work laptop and I hadn’t installed much more than […]

Mar 102015
 March 10, 2015  Posted by at 10:42 am Conference No Responses »
Welcome to .Net Fringe in Portland, Oregon in April

I’m very excited to share with you that the .Net Fringe conference is only a month away and we finally finalized the schedule (but give us a few days to notify everybody that submitted) after struggling to pick among the many fantastic sessions. Here is a video about the conference 🙂 This conference is about […]

Mar 072015
 March 7, 2015  Posted by at 11:38 am C# & F# 1 Response »
A simple annotation example with PDFSharp

Because the world needs another one hehe. I’m joking, I’m sure there are plenty but the blog is very much a way for me to tuck away things I’ve done, learned or found. And maybe somebody else can benefit from it or tell me I’m horrible wrong (I’ve learned a lot from comments). Today, more […]

Mar 042015
 March 4, 2015  Posted by at 4:23 am Windows Forms No Responses »
Profiling a few Windows Forms PDF viewers

Lunch blog post, typos might occur as I’m balancing a sandwich in one hand and typing with the other 😉 Back from Utah (Pluralsight author summit 2015) and although I was only there for three days I’ve managed to avoid getting jet lagged both ways with 9h time difference, woohoo! I had told myself no […]