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Daniel Little (lavinski) is a Brisbane based software developer.

Running .NET on the Raspberry Pi

I recently got my hands on an older Raspberry Pi, which was a great excuse to see if I could get .NET running on it! If you're interested in playing around with a Pi or just want to see what it's like to get one running, then you're in the right place. I'll take you through setting it up, installing some programs and compiling some C# on…

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cURL to Postman

Postman is a fantastic tool for testing any HTTP endpoint. But if you're using your browser to look around and you find something of interest it can be a pain to recreate the request in Postman and copy across all the headers. There must be a better way! Turns out there is! Chrome and Postman both have support for cURL which makes it easy…

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Dynamically calling a Function in FSharp

Sometimes you just want to make a dynamic call. There is no equivalent for Func<>.DynamicInvoke in FSharpFunc so I guess we'll have to roll our own. In this post I'll go though how to build a function called dynamicInvoke which you use like this: let sayHello name = printfn "Hello %s!" name let objectResult = dynamicInvoke sayHello…

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Comparing MicroBus and MediatR

Mediators are an excellent addition to the developer toolbox. Allowing you to define a pipeline that is decoupled from any particular framework. Having a pipeline makes it easy to deal with cross cutting concerns like security, transaction, validation and others. For these reasons and more using a Mediator has become quite a popular choic…

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Links to Get Started with React and Redux

Getting started to React and want to get right to it? These are the links you're looking for. What you need! First up you’ll need Node: http://nodejs.org.au/ You can get the React tooling here: https://github.com/facebookincubator/create-react-app Once you have React you’ll want Redux: https://github.com/reactjs/react-redux That’s all yo…

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