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What to Log in .NET

In my previous post, I discussed a lot of the when of logging – when to log things in your application. So in this post I’d like to talk a little bit about what to log. Having lots of logs is certainly better than having none, but if the logs don’t capture important information that allow you…

Firefly: Out of Order

Recently, I was attempting to consolidate my media collection onto my home PLEX server (which I really like!) In the process, I attempted to copy over all episodes of Firefly from the series’ Blu-Ray release, and upon doing so, found that they were in a completely incorrect order. I assumed the mistake was on my end at first, but…

Commonly Misused Programming Terms

One big challenge I often see new programmers struggle with early in their careers is that they often don’t know the correct vocabulary to describe the things they deal with in code.  As a result, often times a lot gets lost in communication when they misuse words while talking to senior programmers, because they are effectively describing something…