Learning Web Development (2)

C# Development, Learning web development
Requirements Of course, when starting a new project it could be a good idea to put some requirements down to assure your efforts are going to be more or less in the direction of where you would like to end up after your journey. Books have been written about this, as well as ISO standards. I will keep things very basic so you, the reader will not get bored and go looking for funny cat videos on youtube. Functional Requirements Most of the functional requirements have already been named in the previous post. I think these are fairly complete and will just copy them here: A websiteFor entering valuesAnd maybe later creating some reporting dashboardsA databaseFor storing the entered valuesAnd maybe later some resultsAnd maybe later doing something with authentication…
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Learning Web Development (1)

C# Development, Learning web development
Introduction After having worked as a database professional for years I decided it is time to look ahead and think what I would like to be doing in the future. Of course I still love databases but I have always been a little jealous of my programmer friends who are able to create beautifully designed and functional websites from scratch. So, it is time for me to start learning on this new track: and to make sure what I am learning also stays around in my head I am creating this next series of blog posts in which I will document my learnings. Of course, I will be needing some homework exercises. Or.. Cryptocurrency The past years I have been watching the Bitcoin/Altcoin market on and off, and I own…
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Mattress ball

Other activities, Random stuff
While working on today's post I came across a picture I could not withold from you, namely, the legendary Dutch sport of Mattress Ball. While some sports can be very expensive in terms of equipment, this one certainly is not. All that is needed is/are: An old mattress A sizable length of duct tape, available at your nearest hardware store A friend who does not suffer from motion sickness A friend who loves to give a helping hand A slope. In our case, it was the side of a dyke Instructions: Fold the mattress across its length and tape the ends together with the duct tape, such that a fairly round shape is made Insert the friend into the cavity that now exists in the mattress. When you do not…
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