Author Archives: Brian Webb

Writing project intro: Red

Intro: Red, by Brian Webb © 2018. Musky dark room smelled of aged cedar and mold loaded dirty water. Lights were mostly non-existent outside of what leaked in from the adjoining rooms. The air was thick with steam and the … Continue reading

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Getting ready for “Async Main” for C#

Here is the MD for Async Main https://github.com/dotnet/csharplang/blob/master/proposals/csharp-7.1/async-main.md The problem is, you want to code for it now, so that you don’t have a pain to update lots of code later. The solution is add it now, sorta. public class Program { … Continue reading

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Accessing OAuth Servers using Flurl

If you have Flurl installed, and you need your client to authenticate against an OAuth2 server, like Identity Server, you can use their client library, which does everything for you (without Flurl), or you can do it yourself. below is … Continue reading

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Government is a bad idea.

Government is a bad idea. Ask where government is and you are pointed to a building. Is a building government, no its the people. Find a person and ask them if they are government, if they say yes, then find … Continue reading

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Wisdom

There are three tiles of fights: Those that help you grow Those that tear you down Those that should not be fought Wisdom is knowing the difference, and knowing how to deal with each. a wise rabbi

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Know your value, and don’t be a vampire.

Becoming uninspired is a side effect of having one’s life drained out of them. Do not hang around or work for vampires. They are people who think exchanging money of life is equitable, and the one providing life doesn’t know … Continue reading

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Today is another day that Govt proves that they think I am their property

So I am finally doing my taxes, and if I file correctly, I will owe somewhere between $1800 to $10000. And there is a whole chance that I may not owe anything, but will be due $600. Why is this … Continue reading

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