AsadoDevCulture

A blog about Development, Food and everything between them

About:Fonts & Customization

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes I’m sure you’ve realized I’m not using one of the default fonts on this blog. Instead, I’m using FiraCode. A few months ago I was introduced to this font by a co-worker.Actually, it was more than that, I was introduced to the option to change the current font in Visual Studio. Never thought that the …

Meat and Kiss

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 2 minutes Same as when coding, always try to KISS everything you do (Keep It Simple and Stupid). In this post I’ll talk about another thing I love to do (besides coding) – Cooking! This blog will not only talk about code and development, but also about food. Some posts will contain even recipes! In this post …

How to update yourself – (Self)Update

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = < 1 minute After publishing the “How to update yourself” post a friend encouraged me to look for more ways to self-update your software. Thanks to that I remembered (and found) more methods to do this! One is the ClickOnce Framework. This frameworks takes care of the publishing and updating of your application. It allows administrators to roll an …

How to update yourself

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes I don’t know about you, but my university studies didn’t really prepare me for real life. I was pretty fine writing code and completing the assignments, but I found out (pretty fast) that if your code works and it does what it needs to do, it isn’t really done: Do you follow any Design Patterns? …

Intro (cont.)

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes A small paragraph (or more) about myself I started “coding” when I was ~12 years old. I remember my first piece of code was a simple html file, don’t say that html is not programming, I know that now, but for 12-year-old me, seeing the text I wrote on notepad getting transformed to tables and …

A little bit of chitty chatty

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = < 1 minute I’ve never seen myself as a hands-on programmer for all my life. Don’t get me wrong, there are hardly many things that get me more excited or angry than a working software I just wrote, or a furious bug that somehow got its way into production. I see myself in a more decision-making position; I …