Software development is hard, and it isn't always the programming language or the framework you use, it's the people who work on it. People are an essential part of a team; everything can be easily changed and fixed, but to achieve effective communication and a great culture, you need to make sure people work well … Continue reading Enabling software engineering teams for success.
Last week I wrote about must-have VS Code extensions for web development. This time, I'm writing about the recommended settings to make sure these extensions and VS Code work correctly. VS Code is anexcellent tool for writing software, and when you install the right extensions, it can be very powerful. However, if these extensions and VS Code … Continue reading Must-have VS Code Settings for Web Development
So you have a static website and need to host it somewhere, there are many places to host your site but since you also want your site to have a security certificate, and you want all of this at a reasonable price, your options are limited. Last year, I tried Azure Storage to host a … Continue reading How to host a static website on Amazon’s AWS with SSL using S3, Certificate Manager, CloudFront, and Route53
Lately, I have been trying Visual Studio for Mac as this version of Visual Studio has evolved significantly. However, something I noticed is that since I don't use it often, the local SSL certificates created by dotnet in the Mac get a bit screwy. There is a possibility that you might end up with a … Continue reading Failed to authenticate HTTPS connection. Conflicting certificates for localhost when using Visual Studio for Mac