Pushing Developer Growth with an Engineering Career Ladder

I have just completed building the first version of our Engineering Career Ladder together with our Head of R&D at TimeLog. The ladder will serve as a tool for developers (and QA) as well as the technical leadership to grow each developer and in effect all teams. So why build a career ladder in the … Continue reading Pushing Developer Growth with an Engineering Career Ladder

Cleaning up indices in ElasticSearch through Powershell

If you, like TimeLog, are running an Elastic cluster gathering all kinds of data point for analysis of user behavior, server health and performance logs, audit logs for GDPR requirements or other logs you will at some point have to make a decision on whether to keep increasing the storage to accommodate the data points … Continue reading Cleaning up indices in ElasticSearch through Powershell

Entity Framework Adventures – Concurrency Troubles

I’m building a new project to automate various DevOps tasks, I decided to go for Entity Framework as handling the database. I have a standard SSDT project for the actual database structure, but in the service-project the code part of it is through an EDMX file. Out of the box, the T4 template generates data … Continue reading Entity Framework Adventures – Concurrency Troubles