Monthly Archives: July 2016

Exploring what does “Remember me” checkbox mean on the Login page powered by ASP.NET Forms Authentication

The colleague of mine recently asked me to check if our Login works correctly. His concern was application’s prompt to login although earlier this day he logged in with “Remember me” checkbox checked. It was a surprise for me because our configuration had this statement:

Since I am not an original developer of the… Read More »

The programmable web

I have spent many years in the University teaching students software engineering and writing my Ph.D. theses. During that time, of course, I had to read a lot of books and papers. One interesting point kind of carved in my mind: many years all kinds of software researchers and practitioners were trying to invent components.… Read More »

What happens when you do sync in your GitHub Desktop?

I am by no means a git expert, but here is what I have learned when I was trying to answer to myself the following questions: How to think about and visualize git branches to improve understanding of what is going on? What actually happens when I press sync button in GitHub Desktop? Why when… Read More »