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mikeski.net development blog

This site is mainly development notes I make as I learn and/or try things out. My resume is at https://mikeski.net and the about page has more information about the various content here. I can be reached via the contact information on my resume or the social network links above. You can also email me at gmail: mike.baranski

  • Hugo or Jekyll

    I converted my Wordpress blog to a static site generated blog. I had a number of reasons for doing this, and they are (in no particular order): Security: Wordpress bugs and having to manage accounts and passwords for my WP site.

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  • C# Windowless Process

    I was playing with C# and tyring to get an FCGI process to run on a Windows machine without a Window being created. This book was really helpful: C++/CLI Primer: For .

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  • Spring Initializr

    Spring Initializr In this article we will use the online Spring Initializr from https://start.spring.io/ to generate a simple Spring Boot app. Requirements We’ll need Java and Maven installed and on out path.

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  • Spring Boot Batch

    Spring Boot’s Batch process can be very useful for lots of things. With the flexibility that Spring provides we can make it do anything from ETL to payment processing to planned maintainence.

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  • Spring Boot Retry with Batch

    Spring Boot’s Batch process is a very handy way to implement pipleine processing for our applications. When writing a batch job, we need to consider what happens if a step fails - do we retry, fail the whole job, or log and continue?

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  • Hugo QuickStart

    I’m using hugo installed with brew on a Mac: brew install hugo hugo version Hugo Static Site Generator v0.59.1/extended darwin/amd64 BuildDate: unknown Create site First, we’ll create the site and install a theme

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  • Hugo Extend Theme

    Now we have a site up and running with one page, and we want to add another page. We do this by running: hugo new development/sites/hugo-extend-theme.md This creates another page in our development section, and we can go to the site to see both pages listed:

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  • Hugo Taxonomy

    Now that we have a Hugo site setup, we want to define a Taxonomy so that we can categorize pages. For example, we will have a series category in our taxonomy.

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  • Hugo Landing Page

    We have a hugo site, but rather than show a list of recent articles on the “landing” page (or the root page) we will create a landing page with some links on it with Hugo.

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  • Hugo Add Image

    Now, let’s look at how to add some images to our blog posts Adding images and other static content To add images or other static content (pdf files for download, or anything else), we just put them in our /static/ folder.

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