Author Archives: erictummers

About erictummers

My work as a recruited developer changes almost every month. 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.

Microsoft Fakes misbehave on buildserver

We use Microsoft Fakes to isolate some legacy code. Today I added some tests that passed on my machine, but failed on the buildserver. 😦 After reading this stackoverflow post I added the and the builds became green again 😉

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Regression test with Pester

My current project is a scrum project. We develop new features in sprints and deliver working software every 3 weeks. To keep the pace steady we have loads of tests that run every night after a build is deployed. Until … Continue reading

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Microsoft TechDays 2017

After a year of absence I’ve been to TechDays 2017. The keynote was amusing and the schedule of sessions looked promising. Happy developers all around. Below a list of take-away bullets from the sessions I attended. Azure Azure Service Fabric … Continue reading

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SDN event October 2017

The SDN – Software Development Network – is a special interest group for dutch developers. Four times a year they organise an event where people present and talk about their passion. As a member of the SDN you are aware of the latest developments. You are part of a network of professional developers who assist […]

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Tweet your Strava runs with distance in Kilometers

These tweets show the result of fixing the Strava IFTTT service with a webhook. The hook calculates the meters to Kilometers distance. All you’ll need is an IFTTT and Azure account. TLDR Setup webhooks in IFTTT and tweet on the … Continue reading

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TFS Build light with jQuery

We use TFS for our builds. These include release builds, continuous integration builds and regression test build. We want to have a simple build light to keep an eye on the status of all definitions. This is why we use … Continue reading

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Cordova, AngularJs, WebApi and CORS

We have a simple website with some data stored in Azure Table Storage. From a Cordova app we request the data from the webapi we have added to the website. This works great when running on the device, but not … Continue reading

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