In the first post I listed out some of the things I wanted to do with the structure of the blog itself. While I haven’t done everything on that list, here is a list of things I have done since making the first post:
- Performance - Removed the reference to the custom font to speed up the page download
- Style - Changed up the formatting on the css to make the code easier to read
- Style - Changed the navigation at the bottom of the post pages to use text instead of an arrow.
- Bug - Fixed the issue where clicking the title wasn’t navigating to an actual page
- Analytics - Added the Google analytics reference
Here is the list of the things I would like to tackle next:
.NET provides multiple ways of generating objects at runtime. Each of these options offer their own trades offs in terms of performance. I will demonstrate that not only are there great performance gains to be had over Activator.CreateInstance(…), but I will also show that there are nuances to how you set up these classes that can dramatically effect performance.
I find myself frequently setting up new projects with Caliburn Micro; however, It isn’t always easy to remember the code to integrate Autofac with the bootstrapper. So, here is the template that I use when creating a new application.
After multiple attempts in the past I’m looking to start blogging again.
In this iteration, I’m using an Amazon S3 bucket serving up a static site that is generated with Hugo. So far I’m pretty happy with the results.
In future iterations of the site, I’m planning to: