Author Archives: Glenn Block

.NET Fringe is back!

And we’re back! Yes it’s true, .NET Fringe is back! We’re gathering back in Portland from July 10th through 12th for 3 days of unadulterated .NET OSS awesomeness. Last year we had a magical event, and we heard you tell … Continue reading 

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Are you in the mood for HTTP?

Sometimes you are just in that mood (no, not that mood ;-)), you know that mood when you want to talk HTTP and APIs with a bunch of people that care. Recently Darrel Miller and I realized we’re in that … Continue reading 

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Save your DNS and your SANITY when using VPN on a Mac (without rebooting)

There was time when using my Mac was bliss form a DNS perspective, I never had to worry about my routing tables getting corrupted. I could always rely on hosts getting resolved, life was good! And then a combination of … Continue reading 

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.NET Fringe, defining the future

There’s a long history in OSS communities of projects emerging from the community that start on the fringes. The people working on these projects are motivated by a desire for change, for doing things in a way that is not … Continue reading 

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Hypermedia hangout: Collection+JSON, HAL, and building .NET hypermedia APIs with Nancy and ASP.NET

Yes that title is a mouthful. Recently I had the pleasure of doing a google hangout with Jonathan ChannonĀ of Nancy fame and Phil Cleveland on a topic you’ve heard me be slightly passionate about, Hypermedia. You can find the full … Continue reading 

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