Mapping models (Little reflection exercise in C#)
Posted on Sep 21, 2015 | Categories: coding
Once upon a time in a little office there was a developer writing code to map
two different models to each other. This developer was me, and I didn’t want to
have to write mapping code until I retire or until I die. This actually is the
the reason which motivated me to write this code to map models to each other.
Flying the Discus CS (at EHWO)
Posted on Sep 12, 2015 | Categories: gliding
Gliding is awesome! Everyone knows that. Well, at least I hope so. Easy to say for me because I’m a member of the local gliding club.
Using .AsExpandable() from LinqKit with Breeze. (Refactoring out .AsExpandable())
Posted on Sep 9, 2015 | Categories: coding, linq
This is a little story about the IQueryable which had to be queried.
Get your goals right, folks
Posted on Sep 7, 2015 | Categories: coding
Please let me rant a little bit about the importance of defining your goals
correctly and doing some research on the available solutions.
LuisterBieb Windows Phone App
Posted on Aug 24, 2014 | Categories: app, luisterbieb
So, recently I’ve been working on a ‘luisterbieb’ application for Windows Phone. ‘luisterbieb’ means something like audio library in Dutch. Whatsoever, the main point behind this application is that users should be able to listen to many well known books. (There are around 300 available right now.)
Using URI mappers on Windows Phone
Posted on Aug 7, 2014 | Categories: coding, windowsphone
There are many possibilities to redirect your users to the right location in your Windows Phone app. One of the most used options being used is by calling NavigationService.Navigate(...); on the MainPageLoaded event in the MainPage.xaml file. But hey, there’s something better:
Using Caliburn Micro with Universal App projects
Posted on Apr 17, 2014 | Categories: app, caliburnmicro, universal
In this blogpost I’ll discuss how to set up a Universal Windows Store app using the Caliburn.Micro framework. This blogpost is based on the sample code provided with the Caliburn Micro framework.
Fiddling with Arduinos, about integer overflows
Posted on Feb 27, 2014 | Categories: coding, arduino
Today an Arduino ethernet board was delivered for me. As excited as I was I unpacked it, attached it to my pc, and just started programming it. First thing I usually do is to print some stuff over the serial connection just to see it working.
Visual Studio (2012) hangs when adding new controller
Posted on Jul 6, 2013 | Categories: coding, visualstudio
Whereas working with visual studio is pretty straightforward most of the times the times you get stuck you get stuck (for) good.