IISExpress.exe Exited With Access Violation

I was happily typing away at some ASP.NET Core controllers and views, calling a view component to render out some paging links, when this happened… The program iisexpress.exe’ has exited with code -1073741819 (0xc0000005) ‘Access violation’. No exception visible in Visual Studio. No indication of where the error was. Nothing. The Internet supplied links toContinue reading “IISExpress.exe Exited With Access Violation”

Start and Stop an Azure App Service on a Schedule with Azure Logic Apps

Although starting and stopping a web app doesn’t in itself save you a great deal of cash, in situations where you have Web Jobs running and a serverless database, you can effectively run a “business hours” app at a lower cost if you stop it outside of business hours. Start an App Service Each WeekContinue reading “Start and Stop an Azure App Service on a Schedule with Azure Logic Apps”

Software Development Process Does Not Matter

Process interests me. Refining and improving a process to make work more joyful and productive matters to me. But, what has become clear over the past thirty years is that in software development, process just doesn’t matter. Seriously. It doesn’t. It might just be because I’m becoming a software punk revolutionary, but I suspect not.Continue reading “Software Development Process Does Not Matter”

The Software Punk Revolution

Let’s be honest. Our planet is churning out supercodemonsters at an alarming rate. These pinnacles of virtuosity are idols to the false gods of development ego. The pattern has always been there, but in the past it was misdirected enthusiasm. On day one you’d learn how to extend prototypes in JavaScript. On day two, everythingContinue reading “The Software Punk Revolution”