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.

Update SEQ with Powershell DSC

We user Powershell Desired State Configuration (DSC) to install everything. A new installation could be done to a clean machine or by removing existing software prior to installing it. Below is part of the script we use. Now we want … Continue reading

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Transcend Jetdrive lite review (after a year)

My MacBook Pro Mid 2015 has SSD. That is very fast and helps me to be productie. Back in the day 🙄 this kind of storage was expensive so I limited it to 256 Gb. With my Photos, Music and … Continue reading

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Visual Studio Code naming convention

I’ve been using the Visual Studio 2017 naming convention to generate code the way I like. Now I want to apply this behaviour to Visual Studio Code on my MacBook. Private fields should start with underscore: First install EditorConfig from … Continue reading

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My 2019 developer and power user tools

Below a list of tools I use today. If you’re like me, you check them out and add the ones you like to your own toolbox. Image courtesy of vectorolie / Productivity DropBox, file share/sync between computers and the … Continue reading

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EF codefirst migrations and Cloud Foundry

We’re using the hosted Cloud Foundry solution for development at So everybody can hit the floor running I’ve created a template for using Entity Framework Codefirst migrations in a dotnet core web application hosted on Cloud Foundry. The key … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry Task with dotnet app

We’re investigating the CF run-task command from the cli. This is used to execute tasks that run to completion, like database migrations or print something to the console 😉 Hello console We’ve created a new console project. The main function … Continue reading

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Add Sql Server as user provided service in Cloud Foundry

In this post you’ll add Sql Server from Azure to a dotnet core mvc app. We presume you’ve already created the Sql Server in Azure. If not follow my post azure sql server for centralised database. User Provided Service A … Continue reading

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