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Category Archives: Brian’s Code Extreme
Having a good idea for a product is great! But now what? General guide to identify your product This is what causes most products to fail. If you have a solution for a problem that doesn’t exist, then you don’t … Continue reading
I have been busy with my new YouTube channel. My new Netduino, Arduino, Raspberry Pi 2, Job, Biblical Research, etc. So I may just focus on making my new posts all YouTube posts, except for technical articles, then share them … Continue reading
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This article has been guest blogged by Tatiana Kochedykova. To run an existing ASP.NET app on Unix/Linux, you can proceed in different ways: rewrite it from scratch using the new ASP.NET 5 framework or fall back upon Mono, a free and … Continue reading
I just wasn’t doing anything with it, so I let it go. I am still maintaining the Github group. Though I may just convert those back to personal projects, and close it on Github.