So you want to build a web application? Cool, I’ll try to illustrate one way to do this using .NET Core step by step to build an application with a database, and even setup some CRUD management in an automated way. Let’s get some assumptions out of the way first. Assumptions .NET Core 2.1 SDK… Read more Build Web Applications with Databases on .NET Core
“Rub a little devops on it” – Donovan Brown No idea if Donovan coined this phrase, but he says it in a lot of his videos. I also originally misquoted this–apologies! So, Azure DevOps and all its components are pretty badass. From File-new-project to deployed to Azure with continuous integration in minutes. No joke. I started screwing… Read more Using Azure DevOps to automagically release .NET Core apps
Disclaimer: I ripped this from an old blog post of mine and updated (I hope) the relevant bits. Yes, another one of these posts. I’ve read several, and each one has its merits. So, I decided to write my own. If you’re interested in software development in some capacity, this is probably worth a read.… Read more Yet Another Post About Things To Know Before Becoming A Developer
Run Harambe, Run is the second mobile game I plan to release to iOS and Android. At the time I started this article, it’s in a closed alpha release. Leave a comment if you want to get in on the early testing if it hasn’t hit App/Play stores by the time I hit publish. It’s… Read more Building a 2D Platformer (Harambe-themed!) in Unity
So, I finally got off my ass and built something in Unity (and also got off my ass and blogged something new!) This is not a comprehensive tutorial on building a mobile app, but rather a high-level conceptual separation of development lifecycle for my first mobile game. I knew C#, I knew games, and I… Read more Building a mobile app (game) in Unity
Just wanted to start this out with a simple post to start off my #100DaysOfCode challenge. What’s a 100-days-of-code challenge, you might ask? I hope you don’t, because it’s obvious. I’ve publicly committed to coding an hour a day (not including my day gig) for 100 days straight. Technically, skipped days are allowed here and… Read more Hello world!
The opportunity to drop a little knowledge on a handful of high school sophomores presented itself at a career lunch event hosted at Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD and sponsored by Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership (HOBY). As a software developer in today’s age, I jumped at the opportunity to share some of my experience! #hobymd2014 I regrettably wasted a lot of… Read more Giving Back to Motivated Sophomores, Career Lunches, (and doing nice things for others)