Shareable and Customizable SVG Resources in WPF

Having spent most of my time doing web development, when I was asked to add some scalable vector graphics (SVGs) into our WPF application, I thought, “No problem! That will be quick.” Naturally, I was getting ahead of myself. While adding SVGs into our WPF windows wasn’t too painful overall, it took a little more […]

DRYing Up Shared Web.config Settings

I recently modified some connection strings and settings across multiple ASP.NET web applications in a large solution. It (only) took an hour, but in the process I found multiple incorrect and stale settings. The code violated the DRY principle. The fix involved referencing the common shared settings from a single source instead of repeating them […]