Steve Woods' .NET Blog TODO:// write stuff

Welcome to my personal blog where I mostly write about code, running a software business, my personal development efforts and some of the stuff I've built. I also like writing about things that fly.


Base Level Of Fitness - Week 3 (Live)

A live diary of my fitness progress through week 3

Roughly a 4 minute read, posted 3 days ago into personal, exercise & fitness



Ten Years

An milestone of sorts. Both personally and professionally.

Roughly a 1 minute read, posted 7 days ago into personal & success



Base Level Of Fitness - Week 2 (Live)

A live diary of my fitness progress through week 2

Roughly a 10 minute read, posted 10 days ago into personal, exercise & fitness



Base Level Of Fitness - Week 1 Summary

A brief update on last weeks challenge of getting back to a basic level of fitness - week one.

Roughly a 1 minute read, posted 11 days ago into personal, exercise & fitness



How to increase the maximum allowed URL length in ASP.NET

Sometimes it's necessary for a URL to be longer than the default of 260 characters in .NET - here's how you do it.

Roughly a 1 minute read, posted 15 days ago into code & gotcha


Returning to basic levels of fitness

Getting back onto the bike after a long hiatus - I'm determined to rescue this waistline of mine from the dreaded "developer spread"...

Roughly a 2 minute read, posted 18 days ago into personal, exercise & fitness


How to migrate a .NET website to TLS 1.2

A quick guide to getting your .NET websites set up to use TLS 1.2 before June 30th 2018 rolls around.

Roughly a 2 minute read, posted 20 days ago into code & gotcha


AssistMeId - Reassurance for Vulnerable People, Parents & Care Workers

I built AssistMeId.com to provide a safety net for those with special needs, or conditions that cause them to be vulnerable while not under correct supervision.

Roughly a 1 minute read, posted about a year ago into project, work & success


Http 500 error when deploying .NET Framework 2.0 application on Windows Server 2012 and IIS 8.5

How to get your legacy .NET application up and running on Windows Server 2012 and IIS 8.5

Roughly a 1 minute read, posted about a year ago into csharp, code, gotcha, iis & server


They're taking over...

It was only a matter of time...

Roughly a 1 minute read, posted about a year ago into captcha, code, robotics & fun


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