Why Devs (Should) Understand Estimates

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Yes, this is a sub-post! A reaction to a post titled “Why Devs (Should) Like Estimates”. I try not to get involved in industry conversations about estimation (or, indeed, #NoEstimates) as it can get very dicey at a general level in ways that simply don’t occur for a specific team or organisation. I’ll briefly qualify […]


Using .NET Core Identity Without the Standard Pages

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This is a quick article about using .NET Core Identity without the standard pages. It was almost titled “why does .NET Core Identity ignore my LoginPath that I set in options?”. Let’s start with a common chunk of code that you’ll find in your Startup.cs file if you’ve added identity to your project… services.AddIdentity<ApplicationUser, ApplicationRole>() […]


Debugging Adobe Analytics

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Adobe Analytics can sometimes be a bit of an enigma, so people often turn to browser extensions to help them with debugging Adobe Analytics. However, for those of us who spend most of our lives in browser tools; there’s a simple way to get x-ray vision into what Analytics is thinking. Let’s get straight down […]