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Alex Thissen @ Techorama Netherlands 2018: Building real world production-ready Web API’s with .NET Core

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/02/12

[WayBack] Alex Thissen @ Techorama Netherlands 2018: Building real world production-ready Web API’s with .NET Core

Follow [WayBack] Alex Thissen(@alexthissen) on Twitter

Pictures taken during session (likely in reverse order; needs cleanup of duplicates/blurs).

Many more [WayBackTechorama 2018 Netherlands stuff at:

More pictures I took during sessions:

They are in reverse order of the what I attended of the [WayBack] Techorama Netherlands 2018: Schedule: Pathé, Ede, The Netherlands – See the full schedule of events happening Oct 2 – 3, 2018 and explore the directory of Speakers & Attendees.

Sessions I could archive, or find recordings of:


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An In Depth Guide Into a Ridiculously Simple API Using .NET Core

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/27

Since I am going to be involved with building some REST API servers and clients in .NET, here are some links to get me up to speed.

Posted in .NET, .NET ORM, ASP.NET, C#, Development, EF Entity Framework, NHibernate, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Visual Studio Code – getting started – some links

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/10/05

It might sound like I’m late in the game, but remember that blog posts are usually scheduled like a year in advance.

So I found out a long time ago (I think it’s Matthijs ter Woord who attended me) about Visual Studio Code.

At the start [WayBack] it was more limited (from memory something like C#, TypeScript, Java Script languages and frameworks Node.js and ASP.NET 5) than my other development environments but now it’s much richer.

It’s based on the Electron framework which I kew from the editor and Koush‘s framework Electron Chrome that wraps Chrome Apps in Electron so he ensured Vysor would live after Google will kill Chrome Apps.

Oh it’s free and runs multi-platform which I like a lot (and was one of the reasons to start using Mac OS X, Windows and Linux are supported.

So here are a few links to get started:

I got reminded a while back** that it is now supported by OmniPascal [WayBack] which I like because of my Turbo Pascal -> VAX/VMS -> csh -> Delphi -> AS/400 -> .NET background.

Like Visual Studio Code is updated often, the Omni Pascal blog [WayBack] shows regular updates and I like it a lot better than the Lazarus IDE (I’m not a visual RAD person: I’m a RAD code person) especially the refactorings.

So start playing with it. I will post more about my Visual Studio Code experience in due time.


** via [WayBackFinally: OmniPascal 0.11.0 released – Implement an interface via key stroke …

Posted in .NET, ASP.NET, C#, Delphi, Development, JavaScript/ECMAScript, Node.js, Omni Pascal, Pascal, Scripting, Software Development, TypeScript, Visual Studio and tools, Visual Studio Code | 1 Comment »

Writing tests for http / https request: Postman, SoapUI, Advanced REST client.

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/06/21

I’m using these Chrome Extensions for most of the http / https call mockups, and after that put them in SoapUI (which despite the name also does REST and has come a long way sinceSource: SoupUI – as sometimes that is the only thing that works):

You can get both Postman versions through as well.


Posted in .NET, .NET 2.0, .NET 3.0, .NET 3.5, .NET 4.0, .NET 4.5, ASP.NET, C#, C# 3.0, C# 4.0, C# 5.0, Chrome, Communications Development, Development, Google, HTTP, Internet protocol suite, Power User, REST, Software Development, TCP | 1 Comment »

When a fresh install of Bonobo Git Server on Windows 7 IIS 7 gives you a “HTTP Error 404.0 – Not Found”

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/06/16

HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found

HTTP Error 404.0 – Not Found

Had this on a fresh Bonobo Git Server on a relatively fresh Windows 7 installation:

HTTP Error 404.0 – Not Found

At first I thought it was missing ASP because of the “StaticFile” in the error information, so I enabled it:

ASP is not enabled by default

ASP is not enabled by default

Enable ASP

Enable ASP

That didn’t help, so I searched for “MapRequestHandler” “HTTP Error 404.0 – Not Found” and found:

  1. HTTP Error 404.0 – Not Found (MapRequestHandler / StaticFile) when deploying WCF Web API on IIS 7.x | Alexander Zeitler
  2. aspnet_regiis.exe -i is still a solution : Fixing HTTP Error 404.0 – Not Found (MapRequestHandler / StaticFile) when deploying an application in IIS 7.x | Michael Hidalgo

Though ASP.NET was clearly enabled according to the Windows features, this was apparently for an old ASP.NET version so I manually re-registered ASP.NET (but now for Version 4: I had 4.6.1 installed):

C:\Windows\System32>%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe -ir
Microsoft (R) ASP.NET RegIIS version 4.0.30319.0
Administration utility to install and uninstall ASP.NET on the local machine.
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Start installing ASP.NET (4.0.30319.0) without changing existing web applications to use this version of ASP.Net.
Finished installing ASP.NET (4.0.30319.0) without changing existing web applications to use this version of ASP.Net.

Windows 7 is .NET 2.0 all over the place…

Then it still didn’t work, but the second tip above also mentioned the application pool. And since Bonobo insists installing in wwwwroot, it’s using the default application which on Windows 7 – surprise! – is ASP.NET 2.0:

Default Windows 7 application pool for wwwroot uses ASP.NET 2.0

Default Windows 7 application pool for wwwroot uses ASP.NET 2.0

ASP.NET 4.0 needs to be the default.

ASP.NET 4.0 needs to be the default.

Changing that to ASP.NET 4.0 made it all work.

Read the prerequisites

Too bad that ASP.NET registration part is only prominently visible in the on github, but not in the installation instructions of the web-site with a tiny link (overwhelmed by the screenshots) to prerequisites.

Same for the default credentials:

  • username admin
  • password admin



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