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This is one of them, I tried to do and found it hard so here is how I did it, post. I was assigned to look into how to build a Sender and Listener using the Azure Service Bus Relay, so we could send data from Azure to On Premise securely. Now there might be debates on is this is secure and compared to other methods, but that is not for what I was asked and what this post is about.

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/how-to-build-azure-service-bus-relay-sender-and-listener

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Should you #UnitTest your #css code? #developer

When I told a college I was going to write some unit tests for CSS they went crazy, and I do see why, however I think it can be valuable in the right way.

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/07/18/should-you-unit-test-css/

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It can be a pain sometime to test your web service and a longer process than wanted. I then found a method from the glorious web of how to use Visual Studio to test and thought I would share this with you.

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/06/27/how-to-test-a-wcf-service-with-visual-studio-command-prompt/

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When I was trying to use PowerShell to action some Azure functionality, I found it very scattered and hard to get one answer, so here I give you the golden goose for Adding, Removing, Emptying and Copying files to an Azure Container using PowerShell.

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/06/05/azure-container-with-powershell

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If you want to do some JavaScript Unit testing your most probably going to use things like Jasmine, Qunit or Mocha, which are all great things, but how do you run them? This was a challenge I came upon with Visual Studio and how to get it running like a normal NUnit test.

So I used Chutzpah to do it like this...

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/05/04/how-to-use-chutzpah-with-visual-studio-and-build

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Over my time of working with such a CMS called Kentico I have found some pro’s and con’s of this mode of working, so I wanted to share my thoughts of if it is a favourable idea to be working on these CMS’.

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/03/21/kentico-the-mule-of-development/

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I listened to a podcast that said you should learn a coding framework first not a language. Now this might seem weird and confusing to existing developers as we were brought up with the basic languages and then frameworks have become a trend, but that's because we are old. New developers are coming into the industry and frameworks are the top dog thing to know and use. You can't see a job without one these day, so is it better to learn the framework first or should you go back to basics first?

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/02/28/learn-a-framework-not-a-language

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In a recent project I had a massive CSV file, and by massive I mean 2.8 million rows long. Unfortunately I needed this file broken down in to multiple files to process, so I looked to the masterful Google for help. Here is how I found to breakdown the files on a Mac and Microsoft machines.

https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/csv-file-breakdown/

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My Grunt Worker

I thought it would be a good idea to share how I have set up one of my Grunt Files. This follows on from the style guide post where I described why use style guides and also what one I use.


https://purerandomcode.wordpress.com/2017/01/20/my-grunt-worker/
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