Building smart and self-configurable Windows Services

Hi Community, This post is about a question that many of us as architects and developers tend to ask ourselves, how can we build reliable yet flexible software that has the ability to adapt itself on the fly based on configuration changes? There are a few approaches to this, but Today I’d like to share […]

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LightIoC– Another lightweight IoC Library

Hi Community, Today’s post is about an IoC library I wrote back in 2013. I called it “LightIoc” because it’s self-contained in a single assembly file. Over the years I have used a few IoC libraries some of them are easy to use, others a bit bulkier or with more dependant assemblies but for this […]

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Binary Palindrome check in C#

Hi Community, This post is about how to check whether the binary representation of a byte is a palindrome. I’ve recently received an email by a fellow developer requesting some help with this, and after having done a bit of research I couldn’t find any good example written in C#, so I decided to do […]

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Remove unwanted HTTP response headers and enable HSTS on IIS

Hi Community, I don’t consider myself a security specialist (or specialist at anything for that matter but a generalist instead). I am currently architecting a Web solution for one of my clients, and they came to me with a requirement “review, assess and rectify security vulnerabilities” on an existing Web application. it’s not what I […]

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How to properly sign-out users when session times out on an MVC app using ADFS as authentication mechanism

Hi Community, Today’s post is about a common issue faced by many Web developers when they build an MVC Web application that uses ADFS as its authentication mechanism. The problem lies that sessions might be abandoned by IIS when their time is up, but the MVC application might not even be aware of this fact, […]

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Internals of C# 6 new features

Hi community, it has been a very busy start of the year for me, but here I am as usual sharing with you information that you might find useful. Today’s post is about the internals of a couple new features available in C# 6. The new version of the language introduces the following features and […]

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Microsoft MVP Award recipient for 2016

Hi community, It gives me a great joy to announce that Microsoft has awarded me with an MVP recognition once again, in this opportunity in the “Visual Studio and Development Technologies” category . Since the MVP Program has been around for more than two decades, Microsoft have recently made changes to it, therefore, I can contribute to anything that’s […]

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Integration between Qt application running on Linux and Microsoft SQL Server

I love computers, technology and software that’s for sure. I fell in love with them at a very early age and I still got the passion To me, when I’m able to make one system talk or communicate and interact with another it’s always fun and challenging, but more importantly it’s rewarding as. I have […]

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Whatis Utility for Windows

Hi Community, I’ve just come back to the office after rolling off from an engagement, so this week while being back to the bench I’ve been practicing  and studying some Qt for my upcoming certification, doing a few things around Raspberry Pi + Kinect + OpenKinect on Raspbian but at the same time I also […]

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