Get Ahead in a Waitlist, or How To Never Trust The Client

As a developer, it is always important to keep in mind one thing – never trust the client. Ever. The client is neither a completely secure entrypoint nor the source of truth moving upstream to the service.

NOTE: This issue has already been addressed and the fix is live. Shoutout to Kyle Rankin for being on top of things and responding to my email.

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How We Build Documentation for .NET-based SDKs

If you are following the news around our new technical documentation experience, you probably know that last week we revamped our managed reference experience and launched the .NET API Browser. In today’s post, I thought I would go into the nitty-gritty of the process and talk about how exactly we generate reference documentation for .NET Framework and related managed SDKs.

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Ubiquiti EdgeRouter as Level 2 Switch

I recently overhauled my network setup to get better WiFi coverage as well as get more data as to what traffic actually happens through my local network. After some relatively short conversations with my colleagues, I landed on Ubnt gear.

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On Importance of Documentation

This October marks a year since my switch from working on client software to working on the unified Microsoft documentation experience. Throughout the past year I had to learn a tremendous amount of absolutely new (to me, at least) things that totally changed my perception of what the importance of documentation is.

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Serve your WordPress blog via HTTPS on NameCheap (for free)

Gone are the days when you no longer have to worry whether you want to fetch a website through HTTPS. No matter whether you are handling private information or not, there is no excuse to have a site residing in plain HTTP land. That said, this tutorial assumes that you, the reader, already have some knowledge as to why HTTPS is necessary. If not, a cursory search will yield thousands of articles you can read through.

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