about programming and software engineering by a hungarian living in austria

Does it make sense to invest into the stock market at all-time highs? Answered with F# on .NET Core

I created a small F# application on .NET Core which tries to help to figure out if it makes sense to invest into the stock market when it is at its all-time high. This post is about the technical details of this small program and of course I will also talk about my results.

How is Application Insights loaded into an ASP.NET Core 2.0 application and how you can do the same

ASP.NET Core 2.0 introduced a new interface called IHostingStartup and a few interesting environment variables like DOTNET_ADDITIONAL_DEPS and ASPNETCORE_HOSTINGSTARTUPASSEMBLIES.This post shows how Application Insights takes advantage of them and how you can also use them.

Build 2017 Day 2

This post is a recap of the second day of Build 2017

Build 2017 Day 1

This post is a recap of the first day of Build 2017

myTrades.Analytics - a netstandard compatible .NET technical analysis library written in F#

While working on a side project I created a netstandard compatible F# library, which basically calculates different technical analysis indicators for input data. This is mostly useful for technical stock analysis. I decided to open-source the library. This post shows what the library can do and how you can use it.

.csproj settings in asp.net core

This is an update of my project.json settings post, which describes the same settings in the new .csproj file

Hosting ASP.NET Core behind Apache on Ubuntu

The official documentation for hosting on Linux only describes how to host asp.net core apps behind nginx. Here is a short summary about the same for Apache.

Moving the blog

Finally, I managed to move my blog! This post is just a short technical summary about it.

My developer productivity advice: #runcommute

This blog is about programming and software engineering and this post may look like yet another "how to be healthy and happy" blog at the first glance, but it is not! I think being productive is very important, especially if you are in the software business. And this post is all about productivity!

Referencing an F# library from C# on .NET Core

Aaaand a post again, which will be deprecated at some point: currently using both F# and C# in a .net core solution is possible, but needs some workaround. Here I describe how you can do it