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Just put together LightNuGetServer

I was in the need of hosting an on premise NuGet server. I didn't want it hosted in IIS but self-hosted. Previously I've had good experience with ProGet so my first take was to try their free version. I had a minor issue with Windows Defender complaining during the install. Apparently that is a known issue with some AV tools: "Anti-malwar…

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Uri wonders...or not

It's not the first time the Uri gives me pain. This time I got a bug reported on one of my libraries where parts of the provided URL got replaced. A URL is defined as a two string parts which are then used to construct a URI. Now, I'm most certainly misusing it, or have been putting to much hope to the smart people behind it. Look at the…

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Ensure.That updates

Ensure.That has been around for quite some time (2011-08-23). With the new release (v7.0.0) there are some changes, e.g. targeting .NET Standard 1.1 & 2.0 as well as .NET4.5.1 and a new contextual API. But it's also time to finally deprecate the old API lurking around in there, namely the Ensure.That flavor. So instead of: Ensure.That…

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Leadership - setting the tone

A leader is supposed to do many things. One of all those things is "setting the tone". If you as a leader empower and favor a "bragging" and "bashing" behavior that is the behavior that will spread among your employees and will be part of your environment. There's a big risk that people will reflect the people that you as a leader hold hi…

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