Fresh new start!

I moved to Limerick, Ireland. Moved from 28° to 14°. Moved from a sunny place to a cloudy one. Why? Because I got hired by Dell. After 7 years in Healthware I decided to move on. I needed some fresh air, some new ideas, to see something different. To see...

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Installing RetroPie on your Raspberry Pi

I have an “old” Raspberry Pi model A collecting dust on my desk. “What can I do with you?”, I asked him one day. “I want to be beautiful”, he answered. “You will be my precious…” And this is how I started working on what will (one day, eventually) became...

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“Mastering AngularJS for .NET Developers” is here!

Finally! I thought the package had gone lost but then…today the postman knocked the office doors aaaaaand here it is!   It’s an interesting book indeed. Covers most of the functionalities, front to back with an eye to the inner workings and how to integrate with .NET, EntityFramework and WebAPI. Personally,...

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The Internet Then and Now

I found a nice infographic today about how networks and the Internet have changed from the ’60s.  Here’s the link to the original article: http://www.quickenloans.com/blog/the-internet-then-and-now Now, I know that the first online purchase was a pizza but please, don’t buy if the website doesn’t show a proper SSL certificate, please.  ...

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Data pagination with WebAPI and AngularJS – part 2

Hi all! Looks like the article I wrote some time ago about data pagination with AngularJS is still getting some attention, so I decided to give it a quick update just to spicy things a little bit. In one of my project I needed a way to run different actions before running...

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How to pass custom functions to AngularJS directives

In case you need to pass a callback to your AngularJS directives, looks like one way is to create an isolated scope and create a member with the ‘&’ attr. Here’s a quick&dirty example: In case you have to pass some arguments to the callback, here’s how: Notice that the...

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DynamicConfig updates

Today I spent some time working on DynamicConfig , I had some minor/major refactorings in mind and also a couple of features I wanted to add. Probably the most important update is the possibility now to save the configurations to file, operation performed directly by the library when a property changes. At...

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DynamicConfig on Nuget!

Just to say, I published DynamicConfig on NuGet this morning, here’s the link 🙂  

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