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Omicron

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  1. Omicron

    Hello world

    Wao.... Another one.... PS. Welcome
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    Projekt Analytix (Discord Bot)

    Nice! At one point I was making my own bot which would listen to voice command in the voice channels. I never got around to finish it, you could possibly see this as a suggestion/challenge for it Microsoft offers 5 hours a month of speech to text for free. My idea was to retrieve the data from the voice channel, send it to Microsoft, receive the actual text back and apply the command.
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    WPF Basics (Streamed Lesson)

    Small suggestion, lower the volume of the music a little bit more. Sometimes the music gets louder and it can get annoying to focus on your voice. But nice tutorial, btw
  4. Welp... https://thenextweb.com/dd/2019/01/05/github-now-gives-free-users-unlimited-private-repositories/
  5. Regarding CI, Github is also working on their so called Actions platform. Currently in beta but a preview of how it looks: https://github.com/features/actions
  6. I am still using Github for my projects as I still have Github student. Once it runs out I will most likely host my private projects on Gitlab and my public projects on Github. Github is simply known for its open-source projects.
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    API using .NET Core

    I have been working on an API which I will be using for: I got the base working and wanted to share it. The API is made in .NET Core 2.1 using Pomelo Entity Framework and FluentValidation The project can be found on my Github: https://github.com/Sedatb23/EpochApi
  8. What I have noticed that if you want to properly implement microservices, you shouldn't do it with a small project as it only adds complexity. Talking about complexity, I believe the biggest complexity is the communication between services.
  9. A nice read about microservices. Even though they mention .NET a lot, the content is still pretty relevant with other languages. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/standard/microservices-architecture/index Also, I uploaded the e-book as attachment as I am not sure about file storage on the server, I will provide you guys with a direct link to the download. (Which is also available on the overview page) [Attachment].NET Microservices - Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications.pdf
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    Team System in Conquer Online

    He mentioned on Discord that after he replaced the client with a clean one, it worked. So I guess this can be closed?
  11. Omicron

    Hello world

    Welcome aboard
  12. Omicron

    Spirited's Tea & Coffee Corner

    You will most likely have to get creative then haha. I say this because you most likely don't have a double teapot It isn't like your regular tea haha
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    Spirited's Tea & Coffee Corner

    https://www.amazon.com/Caykur-Black-Altinbas-17-6-Ounce/dp/B000RJARJS/ enough said
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    Indecisive

    I am going to build a new website soon for a project but I am Indecisive about the back-end (including CMS) so any feedback/opinion/discussion is welcome Some background info At my previous job I/we have mainly used PHP on top of the Phalcon Framework in combination with the Drupal CMS which is a very mature CMS. However we were slowly shifting towards Node.JS but still in combination with Drupal as we felt that Drupal is very mature and very incorporated within the company. As for Node.JS we felt that is being evolving in a pretty nice way and that it is time to let loose of PHP. Situation I basically "grew up" with PHP so I am familiar with its ecosystem. Although I also want to get out of my comfort zone and learn/try new/other things. I have worked on some simple Node.JS back-end applications as well as ASP.NET MVC applications. Options I have quite some options to pick from: 1. Language: PHP Framework: PhalconPHP CMS: Drupal Note: PhalconPHP will be used as middleware/API to retrieve data from Drupal 2. Language: Javascript (Node.JS) Framework: Express.JS CMS: Drupal Note: Express.JS will be used as back-end as well as to retrieve data from Drupal. 3. Language: Javascript (Node.JS) Framework: Strapi CMS: Strapi Note: Strapi has its own framework and CMS that can be used. 4. Language: Javascript (Node.JS) Framework: Express.js CMS: Keystone Note: Downside is that v1 isn't out yet. 5. Language: Javascript (Node.JS) Framework: Total.js CMS: Total.js Note: Total.js has its own framework and CMS that can be used and additional modules/apps. 6. Language: Javascript (Node.JS) Framework: Express.js CMS: Apostrophe 7. Language: Javascript (Node.JS) Framework: Express.js CMS: Enduro.js 8. Language: C# (.NET Core) CMS: Cofoundry 9. Language: C# (.NET Core) CMS: Lynicon 10. Language: C# (.NET Core) CMS: Squidex
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