Okay – so that’s a non-descriptive title if I’ve ever written one – I apologize for that! I just couldn’t figure out a way to shorten the error when “Microsoft.AspNetCore.Diagnostics.EntityFrameworkCore” is referencing “Microsoft.AspNetCore.Http.Abstractions”, and even though you’re not referencing that dependency directly, you get an error where you have both 3.x and 5.x or 6.x major versions of the assembly in use. Which, in layman’s terms, is no good. What a weird case – not something you would usually expect to run into! But as…Continue reading How to fix another weird Entity Framework Core dependency issue?
This is going to be another one of those really quick and short reminders to myself. I don’t use remote desktop connections that much, when I occasionally need to – and the computer asks me to press Control, Alt, and Delete for whatever reason, I’ll just hit them and bring up the stupid system screen on my own laptop. Yes, apparently I’m that guy. Anyway, let’s… Uh.. Get to it, then? How to CTRL+ALT+DEL into your RDP window instead of your own machine? CTRL+ALT+END References…Continue reading How to CTRL+ALT+DEL into RDP?
Have you ever wondered how you could roll back the latest layered Azure IoT Edge deployment? I have – it’s actually pretty useful. But what for? Well, perhaps it’s useful as the last step or whatever interesting Azure DevOps pipelines you have to deploy changes to an Edge device, run tests, and then remove the deployment. You could possibly have it as an optional parameter in case you want to do a dry run for the deployment – see if everything works well but not…Continue reading How to roll back an Azure IoT Edge layered deployment?
In this article, I am pretty much just sharing one link – the one, where you can request a new free Office 365 Developer subscription. And while I’m not sure if anyone else ever needs to google for this, I am actually quite comfortable just documenting it for myself. Just like all of the other blog posts, really :) See, this is a thing I struggle with, because: I tend to need it often enough that I find myself looking for it, but seldom remember…Continue reading How to get a free Office 365 Developer tenant?