ASP.NET Core WebAPI in Azure App Service

In my opinion, Azure App Services are an easy and direct way to launch your ASP.NET Core application for the outside world to access. Azure App Service offers a free tier, perfect for tinkering or getting a new project off the ground.

WordPress, Docker, and You

Wordpress, Docker, and your site can work together in harmony with the right configuration. Follow along as I spill the beans.

Application Deployment

You may have experience in deploying your Ruby or .NET applications, but when it comes to Elixir, do you have what it takes to deploy your app? Learn the essentials for getting your application from development to production.

Writing API Wrappers with Elixir

Recently, I built an API wrapper for Mandrill. Let's walk through the steps I used to create it and see if this process might be able to help you in your next project.


What it is A markdown blog based off of @natew's obtvse2 , which was originally inspired by svbtle , using Today theme contributed to…

Migrating to Acvte

Remember this ? I do. I finally got acvte to a point where I was comfortable using it in production for this website. So far, the…


I need to stop finding awesome projects to try out. Erlang and ChicagoBoss look pretty freakin' sweet. Have to love some high…

Vagrant is Awesome

I've been working on PHP web apps for years, and over time, my development workflow has remained fairly constant: Configure new app in…

Using obtvse2

I will be using obtvse2 for the forseeable future. I might finish up my scriptogram clone and release it yet, but I've got other plans for…

Linux and .NET should be friends

Linux and Microsoft's .NET framework haven't always seen eye to eye. The Mono Project looks to get Linux and .NET on the same page.