I received a call today from 08080000122 claiming to be from Vodafone. Sounded a bit dodgy to be honest and very sales/marketing. I carried out the usual whocalledme lookup and that number does relate to Vodafone. More specifically their marketing arm. So I’m guessing they’ll try and flog me some awesome device that I don’t need. Here’s out to stop the 0808 000 0122 marketing calls and other associated Vodafone markerting…
Dave Greenfield RIP. I guess I knew one day I’d be writing this. I think it’s fair to say though I thought that day would be a fair few years from now. Not a great week it has to be said, certainly not a great one for synth, keyboard, piano players. Dave Greenfield, Florian Schneider and Little Richard all gone within a week of each other.
Working with EF Core across multiple controller services I was receiving the following Entity Framework Core: A second operation started on this context before a previous operation completed. The link for StackOverflow talks about ensuring your dbContext is correctly injected into the ServiceCollection which mine was. A bit of headscratching I was thinking that my foreach loop look fine there was nothing too crazy/costly happening. Then I realised the objects I was looping over hadn’t terminated with a ToList() or similar. Once I added the ToList() the context returned the scope and happy days!
I’ve been working from home a few years now and here are my Top 10 essential bits of kit to help with remote working.
On updating Azure API Management with a new OpenAPI definition file I received the following error: “Azure API Management Template Parameters Used In The UriTemplate Must Be Defined In The Operation, And Vice-Versa”. A fair bit of head-scratching ensued, due to the error message not giving too much away, (which Operation? I’ve 100s of them!) and also being a bit flippant (“vice-versa” <– sass!). Also, I always check that my OpenAPI document conforms and plays nicely with the online Swagger editor. So what gives?