Entity Framework can be both a blessing and a curse - especially EF database first. For startups and small clean sheet projects it really works wonders. You can get so much done in very little time. But once you have to work within the constraints of corporate structure and corporate security, then you quickly run … Continue reading Override SaveChanges – EF database first – set properties
The first round of the 2018 F1 season - the Australian Grand Prix, was a perfect example of what from the outside could look like a bad case of over optimisation. F1 and high level motorsports in general are always at the forefront of optimisation. Whatever type of motorsport you look at there are rules … Continue reading Over Optimisation and risk – Magnussen, Grosjean and the Hass F1 team
There are truckloads of books, seminars and courses on the latest and greatest management theories. But is the latest and greatest really what we need or are developments in management theory primarily making the wheels spin for the people who invent them and the institutions that rely on teaching them. Can a man that lived … Continue reading Wittiness – Aristotle’s take on management
Having done intermittent fasting for probably 5–7 years I find myself quite capable of saying why intermittent fasting is not for you. Listing pros and cons as well as giving advice on whether it is a good fit or not, for a given person. You could perhaps think that having followed it for that long … Continue reading Why intermittent fasting is not for you
Dollar cost averaging can be a good viable way to invest in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general. But due to the extreme volatility of cryptocurrencies it should not be done blindly. But with a few tweaks it is a good way for people with long time frames on their investments to maximise profits as well … Continue reading Dollar cost averaging bitcoin and cryptocurrencies
When you have figured out what your goal is, you should spend all your energy on reaching that goal, right? Yes and No. You should always strive to move towards it, but activities that may not seem to move you closer in the short run, may keep you from stumbling and rolling backwards in the … Continue reading Identity diversification for optimal performance
Your startup dies with you — but you shouldn’t die with your startup. — Jesper Reiche I’m not sure whether I can actually claim that quote — but I could not find it elsewhere, so until proven otherwise — I plant my flag. As simple as the quote may sound it’s worth repeating and remembering. In that sentence lies two very important pillars … Continue reading Startups, health and you
Why did I choose to have a WordPress site as a Full Stack Developer? Why did I not choose to show off my skills and build something from scratch in ReactJS with a .Net Core backend for instance? Am I not missing an opportunity to showcase abilities and perhaps even giving off a lack of … Continue reading Why a WordPress site as a Full Stack Developer?