Testing Web Apis with Specflow

Following on from my previous post on using Nullable reference types to aid validation with Web Apis where I mentioned the idea of forming model requirements early on in your design to allow developers to set which properties can be a nullable reference type, I was reminded of the importance Read more…

Logging to Splunk Docker instance

In my previous post, we set up a Splunk Docker container and configured it to collect http posted events to its HEC and pushed an example log event through postman. However, in order for this to work, we had to disabled the SSL Verification checks in Postman. Switching off such Read more…

Getting to grips with Docker

A google search for ‘Docker’ will inevitably throw up a lot of results and the fact that it’s cross platform, whilst a positive, can mean that a lot of ‘Getting started’ guides make an assumption that the reader is coming from a Linux background. For .net developers such as myself, Read more…

Working with GitHub in VS2017/2019

If you’ve made use of Microsoft’s Azure DevOps provisioning (formerly VSTS), you will have had the chance to introduce yourself to Git if you hadn’t already. It’s a great offering and comes with bucket loads of functionality that can be perfect for individuals as well as larger teams, but it’s Read more…