Every Sunday thousands of Santiagans walk, run, or bike up Cerro San Cristobal. It’s an impressive display of organized health and fitness.
At the risk of annoying my friends dealing with the snow back home, I have to mention how hot it is here. Fortunately, they have an interesting method of cooling the metro platform.
Using HTML Helpers in ASP.Net MVC to create drop-downs is surprisingly poorly documented. This post covers how to properly bind a select element to your model and select a default option.
It’s January 20th and I’ve written down my New Year’s Resolutions. Not on that list is fixing procrastination.
ELMAH is a great tool for capturing unhandled exceptions in your ASP.Net application. ELMAH.MVC makes it trivial to integrate into an MVC application. Just make sure you allow remote access.
Passwords are a fact of life on the internet, but how they’re stored isn’t well understood, by users and developers alike. This post covers from plaintext passwords, to hashing, to salting and the current generation of key derivation function.
Buying shoes can be a bit of a challenge when the entire country caps out at 2 sizes smaller than you.
Lessons in software development from a 19th century German Field Marshall.
A lot has happened in just the first month in Santiago. We’ve changed out business, found apartments, met some people, and written some code
A brief overview of how I arrived in Santiago, Chile to work on My Elephant Brain.