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Reading time ~3 minutes This is the fourth part of a series discussing job scheduling and Hangfire details:part 1 - Why schedule and procrastinate jobs?part 2 - Overview of Hangfiepart 3 - Scheduling and Queuing jobs in Hangfirepart 4 - Dashboard, retries and job cancellation This part will cover few small topics:dashboardretriesmore technical part of the Hangfire.BackgroundJob class APIjob cancellationDashboard Let’s start with the administrative dashboard because it gives a good background for the ...

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[EN] Don't do it now! Part 4. Hangfire details - dashboard, retries and job cancellation – IndexOutOfRange

Architektura 732 dni, 25 minut temu maklipsa 48 rozwiń

Reading time ~2 minutes In the previous post I’ve wrote about why I think the ability to schedule tasks for later execution is a fundamental technical feature, but also a must have from a business point of view. We are passed the whys, so lets get to the hows. The answer is simple - Hangfire. I’ve wrote about it here, here and here, so yeah, I like it. Hangfire is an amazing library. It has proved itself in my pet project ( and in a huge ERP system that we are building at work, where we repla...

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Don't do it now! Part 2. Background tasks, job queuing and scheduling with Hangfire – IndexOutOfRange

Architektura 760 dni, 22 godziny, 41 minut temu maklipsa 145 rozwiń

.NET Core 1.0 is here and it’s a great, great opportunity to start playing with it not only on Windows platform but also on Linux. Today I will show you not only how to run .NET Core but how to setup whole developer environment for developing .NET. Since one of Microsoft main goals was multiplatform support, let’s take a quick look on how-to setup .NET Core on Ubuntu. Why Ubuntu? Well.. it’s popular and easy....

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Setup .NET Core on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Narzędzia 799 dni, 20 godzin, 58 minut temu Michał Wilczyński 139 rozwiń

Big updates related to the Warden project are coming this and the upcoming week. The first release (1.0.0) has just been published to the NuGet and additionally the Web Panel is almost completed. Not only the web interface will be available as a part of the repository, but also, it will be running in the Azure cloud in case you’d like to play with it or store your monitoring data without a need to provide own, hosting environment. And there is one more good news – Warden is getting a brand new logo.

[EN] Warden goes Azure and gets a logo | Piotr Gankiewicz

Daj się poznać 2016 863 dni, 16 godzin, 17 minut temu spetz 26 rozwiń

Packing and publishing nuget from standard .NET project is very simple. Create or generate nuspec file and runnuget pack The appearance of the Core framework and project.json file caused the a little change. Due to historical reason, in .NET Core we have two command line interfaces with utilities for packages.DNU – DNX utility, used in project

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[EN] Publishing .NET Core project to nuget - Lukasz Pyrzyk

Daj się poznać 2016 903 dni, 22 godziny, 8 minut temu kapral18 48 rozwiń

In today’s post, I’ll describe what kind of interfaces have been defined in the Sentry project, and how you can take advantage of this knowledge, e.g. in order to create the custom metrics. I’ve tried to keep these interfaces as simple as possible, yet some of them require an explanation, mostly due to the fact, that even though the library itself is rather simple to use (I want to believe that it’s also what you think), it does not mean that the main methods when being executed, will return for example,...

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[EN] Sentry – how to make use of the interfaces | Piotr Gankiewicz

Daj się poznać 2016 916 dni, 21 godzin, 17 minut temu spetz 82 rozwiń

Continuous Integration dla projektu opartego o .NET Core

Tagi: .Net, .net core, C#, CI, dotnet
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Kronos #02 - Continuous Integration with AppVeyor - Lukasz Pyrzyk

Daj się poznać 2016 924 dni, 13 godzin, 57 minut temu kapral18 121 rozwiń

W poprzedniej części opisałem wymagania wobec projektu MemoryVisualizer. Teraz pora przejść do konkretów, czyli technologii. Dla przypomnienia, piszę narzędzie, które pozwoli za pomocą jakiegoś języka zapytań wizualizować pamięć procesu .NETowego.

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Blog Kokosa | MemoryVisualizer - szczegóły techniczne

Daj się poznać 2016 924 dni, 13 godzin, 57 minut temu KonradKokosa 94 rozwiń

Projekt w ramach konkursu 'Daj się poznać' czas zacząć! Siedzę w temacie analizy pamięci w .NET już jakiś czas. Zaczęło się od potrzeby, kilka lat temu - produkcyjne systemy miały jakiś wyciek i trzeba było namierzyć dziada. Złapałem bakcyla. No to napiszę narzędzie!

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Blog Kokosa | MemoryVisualizer - opis projektu

Daj się poznać 2016 926 dni, 21 godzin, 48 minut temu KonradKokosa 167 rozwiń

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