No such thing as perfect code

The date for the next major release of RawRabbit is drawing nearer. It is more than a year ago since I decided to implement a .NET Core1 client for RabbitMq. During this time, I’ve discovered some differences between developing a library and an application.

  1. I really wonder how much Microsoft payed for that domain.

Controlled concurrency

A few days ago, I asked the RabbitMq community for input on what is missing in todays high level .NET clients. One of the topics that came up was the ability to control the concurrency of messages consumed. This has been discussed before, so I thought I’d implement it for RawRabbit.

The year of secure internet connections

Government mass surveillance, Google's plans for Chrome and cost free SSL certificates. 2017 will be an interesting year for internet security, and I've started to align. This is the story of how expensive SSL certs made me change hosting solution for my site, and all the joy it brought.

One method to rule them all

I wasn’t thrilled when Owin was introduced back in 2012. Sure, I could see the benefits in an abstraction layer between the web server and the application, but I didn’t really see the full potential of the ecosystem of middlewares that came about a few months later. Then, for a long time, my only relation to these middleware was through extension methods like