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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.

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Recent Posts


Introduction to HTTP OPTIONS Method
If you've ever looked at the Network tab in the Browser Dev Tools, you may have noticed a lot of OPTIONS requests being sent to the server. Oftentimes these requests are not being made from our code, but made by the browser. In this post, we'll be covering the purpose that the HTTP OPTIONS method serves in our web applications.
Published: Friday, October 15, 2021
#dev
#web

Rebase Git Branches Interactively
Git's rebase functionality could be one of the most polarizing features of the ubiquitous version control system. Some have horror stories of rebasing branches, while others use it whenever possible. In this post, we'll be touching on the interactive rebase feature which can reduce a lot of the anxiety around rebasing Git branches.
Published: Friday, October 1, 2021
#dev
#git

How to Use C#'s Parallel.ForEach
There are certain operations performed in code that lend themselves to being executed in parallel. Some might even call these tasks "embarrassingly parallel". In this post we'll be going over how we can use C#'s Parallel.ForEach to iterate over collections in parallel.
Published: Thursday, September 16, 2021
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#introduction
#dotnet
#parallel
#csharp

How To Uninstall tSQLt From SQL Server
If you've used the SQL unit testing framework tSQLt before you may have come across the need to uninstall it from a database. There are a couple of ways you could go about this, but we'll look at the quickest method.
Published: Saturday, August 28, 2021
#sql
#database
#dev

Parsing Image Metadata with C# and ImageSharp
Recently I've been using C# and ImageSharp to work with images in code. In this post we'll be taking a look at how we can read and write IPTC Metadata properties for a given image.
Published: Monday, August 16, 2021
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#dotnet
#csharp