Hello and welcome to my blog on various topics from the world of .NET. My name is Andras Nemes and I’m a software developer. I primarily work with .NET and Java. I mostly blog about .NET but you’ll see posts from other technologies as well. I hope you’ll find a lot of interesting topics here that you can use in your own projects.

A bit of orientation:

  • The actual blog page is found here
  • Short and concise code examples with little theory: The Shorts
  • Lengthy discussions providing deeper analysis and insight: The Longs
  • For technologies other than .NET check out the Other technologies section
  • For more personal questions and comments you can contact me here
  • You can find me on LinkedIn here

Upcoming topics in the ‘longs’ section – every Monday and Thursday:

Topic Est. date of first post Est. # of posts
Big Data series: Using Amazon RedShift with the C# Amazon AWS SDK Mar 16 2015 10
Big Data series: a summary of Big Data tools in AWS we’ve learnt about Apr 20 2015 1
SOLID principles revisited with new examples Apr 23 2015 6-8
HTTPS security basics May 21 2015 2-3

The exact ordering and dates of the topics may change.

Planned topics for 2015 for the ‘longs’ section, in no particular order:

  • Domain Driven Design: a deeper insight
  • New features in C# 6
  • Security features of Web API 2

Upcoming topics in the ‘other technologies’ section – every Saturday and Sunday:

Topic Est. date of first post Est. # of posts
Various Java 8 enhancements Jan 24 2015 9
Python from the ground up Feb 22 2015 13
Building a geo-location service using Amazon DynamoDb Apr 11 2015 12
Python from the ground up continued May 30 2015 20

Planned topics for the “Other technologies” section for 2015:

  • Random tips and trick on Amazon Web Services
  • Using Amazon DynamoDb for geo-location services
  • Introduction to Python – a language course from the ground up

3 Responses to About

  1. I recently found your blog and have really enjoyed your posts, especially the series about claims and security. It seems about half the times the code samples end up HTML encoded which sometimes makes them hard to follow, especially with a lot of angle brackets and lambdas. Any chance that can be fixed?

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