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My name is Aaron Bos and this is my blog.

What do I blog about? Great question!

I’m a software engineer by day so you’ll mostly see posts, some technical and some not-so-technical, relating to my interests in software and technology.

If you’d like to chat about a post or provide any feedback (postive or negative), connect with me via the social links at the bottom of the page! I hope you enjoy reading my posts as much as I enjoy writing them.

Recent Posts


Creating a Daily Init Script
In this post, we're going to explore the concept of a daily init script. The goal of this script is to open all of the necessary applications and tools that we use on a daily basis. This allows us to be productive by default instead of having to make separate decisions about what tools we need to accomplish a given task. I've been using some form of an init script for a few years now and I hope to share why I find it so useful.
Friday, May 20, 2022
#dev
#tools

Working with Related Data in EF Core 6
I think that one of the most convenient features of ORMs like Entity Framework is the ability to reference related data via properties on an object or entity. In this post, we'll be looking at a few different ways to load related data in EF Core 6.
Wednesday, May 11, 2022
#csharp
#dotnet
#efcore
#database

Writing C# in Neovim
In this post, we'll be looking at how to set up our development environment to effectively write C# in Neovim. We'll also be looking a little more in-depth specifically at the tooling in Neovim that makes this all possible.
Thursday, April 28, 2022
#learning
#dotnet
#csharp
#neovim

Function Overloading in TypeScript
While learning about TypeScript I came across function overloading. The way it works in TypeScript seemed different than what I was used to in languages like C# and Java. In this post, we'll be learning about overloading functions in TypeScript and potential alternatives that are better suited to certain situations.
Tuesday, April 19, 2022
#dev
#learning
#typescript

When to Use React.useRef
The introduction of hooks a couple of years ago (version 16.8) introduced a massive paradigm shift in the world of React. Hooks allow developers to "hook" into state and component lifecycles without the use of classes! In this post, we're going to look at the useRef hook, how it works, and why we should use it.
Sunday, April 10, 2022
#web
#dev
#javascript
#typescript
#react