Things I've read recently that I want to keep track off, and perhaps comment on slighty.
I've recently been putting together some PowerShell scripts and wanted to see what the failure handling world was like (as PowerShell is something I've not really used much in the past, I know, I should've!). Unsurprisingly, it looks like it's basically the same as in the .net world.
This is tied to creating an app with Office 365 APIs and is something that's been on my "have a look at this" list for a couple of days since someone mentioned it to me. Alas, it's still on my "have a look at this" list :(
As I've started to get more into how Orchard works, I've been digging around the web (and the code!) to see how it does what it does. Background reading on how Orchard accesses data in the database, and how it all hangs together is always useful.
I've only looked, very briefly, at the content here but it's another on the "have a look at this" list for getting a better handle on how Orchard works and all hangs together. It's six years old now, but at least some of the principles will hopefully still stand!
My skillset has matured somewhat since then, which you'll probably see from the posts here. You can read a bit more about me on the about page of the site, or check out some of the other posts on my areas of interest.