Author Archives: erictummers

About erictummers

Working in a DevOps team is the best thing that happened to me. I like challenges and sharing the solutions with others. On my blog I’ll mostly post about my work, but expect an occasional home project, productivity tip and tooling review.

Syncfusion upgrade v14.1 to v20.3

We’re working on our technical debt and moved the Syncfusion upgrade into our sprint. Time to get this done since it was long overdue. Turned out this was easy with a little aftermath. Since we only used the ejGrid in … Continue reading

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What is R Shiny doing?

We try to measure the response times from the user perspective. Using the callback from the datable we are able to get some information about the metric. Continue reading

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AutoMapper upgrade to v12

We use AutoMapper in almost all of our solutions. The recent new version forced us to finally refactor the way we used to resolve external dependencies. As you can read here (https://docs.automapper.org/en/latest/12.0-Upgrade-Guide.html) the ServiceCtor was removed. Nugets First we upgraded … Continue reading

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Upgrade to SonarQube 9

We use SonarQube to scan our code (see Adding SonarQube to TFS build) and have version 8 LTS up-and-running for some time now. The upgrade to SonarQube 9 and future version 9 LTS is upcoming. Here is how we prepare for … Continue reading

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I’m Eric Tummers, Software Architect at Statistics Netherlands, and this is how I work

My jobs description says Software Architect. I’m guiding my team through the technical hurdles and do some programming/testing/analysing myself. We follow the scrum guide and are working towards continuous integration and deployment. We do this in small steps. Every sprint … Continue reading

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