Publishing to RaccoonBlog with ScribeFire

João P. Bragança
I am pretty picky when it comes to my HTML. OK, a lot picky. Needless to say I don’t care for WYSIWYG HTML editors. Why are you adding extra paragraph tags everywhere? No, I put that blockquote inside that paragraph for a reason. And so on. The one that RaccoonBlog comes with is no different. When I go into source mode I expect it to not touch my source. Not cool man!

Why is it so Slow?

João P. Bragança
Recently, a client wanted to know why certain product they had installed was performing so horribly from their overseas office when it worked just fine over here. I had my suspicions but I wanted to confirm it. So, I had him put in fiddler. If you haven’t heard of this tool, get it now. It will save you a ton of time when debugging any http issue. Anyway, my suspicions were confirmed: This is actually from the IE debugging tools but you get the idea.

First Blog Post Evah

João P. Bragança
Mainly to make sure this is working. You know?

João Bragança - Software Engineer

Professional Profile Agile software developer with 18 years of professional development experience Continually strives to acquire and improve knowledge base Effective problem solver and big picture thinker Able to grasp complex concepts and learn quickly Dedicated, honest and hard working Skills Mastery of C# Competent in many other languages, including JavaScript / Typescript, Ruby, Python, PHP Docker Cloud infrastructure: AWS, Terraform, Pulumi Proficient in relational databases (MSSQL and MySQL), functional databases (EventStore), and document databases (RavenDB) Message Queuing (RabbitMQ, MSMQ, Rhino Queues) Adept at Test / Behavior Driven Development Source Control: Git Continuous Integration: TeamCity, Travis, GitHub Actions Open Source Profile SQL Stream Store A stream store library for .