Jekyll static site generator

Building My Blog With Jekyll Ruby and Github Pages

I remember one of the first ever ASP.NET projects I worked on, we were tasked with rebuilding a website for a company whose site was published as static HTML files. After editing their content in a CMS tool and hitting publish it would generate the entire site as a load of html files, doing the processing up front and then FTPing them all over to their hosting site. Surely replacing this with a nice new...

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Create a TeamCity build step to execute our script

Automating Xamarin iOS Builds with TeamCity in 4 Easy Steps

We use TeamCity to build all of our projects, so the first thing I wanted to do when starting out with Xamarin was create a solid build pipeline for our mobile apps. Ideally when working with Xamarin you want exactly the same flexibility we have got used to when building websites, namely: As soon as code is checked into Team Foundation Server (TFS) a build is kicked off. As part of this build process all...

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Common pitfalls running your asp.net site in HTTPS behind a load balancer

If you’ve installed your SSL certificates on the load balancer to offload the decryption processing and boost the performance of your web servers then it’s possible that this will change subtle details in the traffic being sent onwards to your web servers. This may not cause any issues, but occasionally it will catch you out. Here are some of the common pitfalls I have experienced (so far) Are You Missing IIS Client IP Addresses? One...

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Robert Bird

Hi I'm Rob - welcome to my blog!

I love developing and shipping software, I also love to learn. This blog is my journal, a place to record the trials and tribulations as I learn new technologies and techniques.


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