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My first F# project - dotnet-sqldb

I just introduced my first F# based open source project dotnet-sqldb. It's a DotNet Global Tool, distributed via NuGet. It uses DbUp and Command Line Parser to offer a simple CLI for applying migration scripts etc. against a SQL-Server database. It started out as a C# project that I've been using in…

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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 know…

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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…

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