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Our startup is facing the third crisis in 2 years

By on 08/04/2020

This story was first published on Medium.com

I’m a German co-founder and CTO in Argentina.

Who we are

It started two and a half years ago, when I was already living in Argentina for more than 3 years. I had been a developer since 10 years, working in industrial technology, and then…


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What the C# team should do real quick

By on 11/11/2019

Try to imagine a computer system as a living organism. The call stack is the organic part, and events or triggers are part of the nervous system. In any case, the basic structural element is a cell. That can be a class or an object. A cell is a…


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Start up and create your own

By on 10/02/2019

Wow, it has been 4 months since I last wrote in my blog. That’s a big violation my own rule – to write at least once a month. But this must have to do with me being the architect and technical lead of our Startup,…


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Tag your Infusionsoft contacts with .NET Core

By on 04/10/2018

Putting my OpenSource implementation for the Infusionsoft API into action. Basically it’s about authorizing the hosted web application to access your Infusionsoft account. And then you can read all tags, and assign a tag to a contact. If the contact doesn’t exist, it’s created automatically.

You can see and try…


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Open Source: infusionsoft.netstandard

By on 30/07/2018

A project of mine that ended, but the results contain quite some application code that could be useful to you perhaps. The first part that I want to publish is an implementation for the Infusionsoft API with .NET Standard.

I refactored the code so it becomes a separate package, just…


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Why you should separate your Fronts and Backs

By on 14/06/2018

Of I course I mean the Frontends and Backends.

Frontend is what the user sees and with which she or he communicates. Like a Webpage. Or an app.

Backend is the invisible part. Which stores your data for example. Or provides the pictures.Now let’s look at the classical…


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Is it wrong to be good?

By on 25/05/2018

So here I am – almost three months working ‘on my own’. Meaning that I finally quit being an employee, and jumped into partnering up with a very promising startup idea.

How could I make this decision? The answer to this contains several aspects. First and…


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SQL Server with .NET Core and EntityFramework on Mac

By on 14/03/2018

I completely updated this article on Medium, implementing a full example on GitHub and using just Visual Studio Code. Please follow this link.

These technologies are used in this tutorial.

So I wanted to create the backend for a platform, and I wanted…

a cross platform solution, to be able to host…


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Debuggable and refreshing Adobe Extension with Angular and Typescript

By on 02/03/2018

What??

Let’s start from the beginning. I’m working on an Adobe Extension (Illustrator in this case). I want to do it ‘right’ – so I want to use Angular and Typescript. But I’m experiencing the same problems than many others – according to the Community:

The typescript files are not available…


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One week serverless with Azure Functions and Slack

By on 26/01/2018

Together with some colleagues, I’ve spent this week studying serverless architecture, with focus on Azure Functions. And I can tell you – it was real fun!! 
What is it
In my own words…

Serverless architecture doesn’t mean there’s no server anymore. It’s just that as a developer and architect, you don’t have…