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2019 in Review

2019 in Review

2019 has been a year that in many ways changed my life. A few days into the year, on the last evening of our Christmas trip back home to Denmark, my wife handed me a small present to open - inside was a pair of baby socks and two positive tests - We were going to become parents! As soon as we ...
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Creating GitHub release using Azure DevOps pipeline

Creating GitHub release using Azure DevOps pipeline

GitHub is pretty much the defacto-standard for hosting source code for Open Source projects. While it excels at hosting ...
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Using .net core 3.0 in Azure DevOps

Using .net core 3.0 in Azure DevOps

During todays livestreamed ".net conf 2019", Microsoft announced that .net core 3.0 has been released. The release includes a plethora of changes and improvements, however one thing that is yet to be completed is official Azure Dev ...
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2018 in review

2018 in review

2018 has in many ways been another year of firsts; although 2017 laid the foundation for it with getting married to my wonderful wife and accepting a position at Microsoft in Redmond, 2018 was the year were we [relocated "over there"](https://www ...
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Introducing Kenc.ACMELib (Lets Encrypt client in .net)

Introducing Kenc.ACMELib (Lets Encrypt client in .net)

About a year ago I started using Lets Encrypt for my certificate needs for a variety of websites and online services I run, but being mostly Windows based, I lacked a great automation solution. In the beginning I tried various solutions, including solutions for automatic certificate renewal for A ...
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Pursuing any dream, starts by getting out the door

Pursuing any dream, starts by getting out the door

I just realized that today marks 1 year of me flying out to Seattle to interview with two Redmond based Microsoft teams. The interview loops was a result of 9 months of applying for various open positions, going through multiple informational and phone screen interviews - before finally finding m ...
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