No, that title isn't throwing back to 90's slang; last week I started to come down with a pretty rough cold. Luckily, it didn't come into full swing until after I picked up my Nintendo Switch pre-order. This gave me the unique opportunity to experience the Switch as both a home... read more →
When it comes to new and exciting technology, I'm often one of the first to jump on the bandwagon to see how the latest-and-greatest tech can improve my daily life. As a software engineer, I love the idea that with the right hardware and software combination, my day-to-day can improve and... read more →
You may have noticed that this site has been a bit inactive since August. The end of 2016 was quite the whirlwind end-of-year for me; however, I'm looking forward to getting more content on here this year! And don't forget, there are many other places you can hear from me.... read more →
I was able to stop by the MS Dev Show booth while at That Conference to chat with Carl about the news. Check it out!
Thanks to everyone that came out to my That Conference talk! Below you'll find all the links to code, the presentation, and sources. Sadly, the video did not turn out. (more…)
Another #BrandonEpisode of the #msdevshow where we talk about the announcements from Microsoft's latest //build/ conference: Also, congrats on 100 episodes to the MS Dev Show team; glad I could be a part of a big mileestone!
A problem that my team has been running into on-and-off since working with ASP.NET Core is having a local install of our node toolchain fighting with Visual Studio's built-in version of node. Luckily, my coworker discovered the source of the issue (thanks, Pete!). (more…)
As I get back into the swing of things, I just wanted to say this: Joy and I are extremely blessed to have so many amazing people in our lives. (more…)
Well, our family made the paper; though, not necessarily for reasons that we like. (more…)
Alright, important update for everyone: earlier today I was using the elliptical machine when I felt a sudden, and major, increase in my heart rate. After ending my workout, I rested and decided to self-monitor and see how my heart rate would proceed. After an hour or so, I was... read more →