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Consuming a Nuget Package using Visual Studio

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In the article we discussed how to deploy a private Nuget server, we saw the merits of giving versioning and dependency management to projects or

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How to Build and Deploy a Private Nuget Server on IIS

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1.1      Introduction In most scenarios, your programming peers only need the features that your library offers, not the burden that comes with constantly adding your

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Tasha Cobbs ft Nicki Minaj: A Critical View on Why Spirits Should Not Mix

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"Spirits don't mix" - Tasha Cobbs ft Nicki Minaj If you drink, read that again. Lol. The best advice my dad ever gave me was

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“The End Game” – 7 Things I Learnt from my Microsoft Internship Experience

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The End Game In the game of chess, players are most often known by two things: One, their opening move - that is, how they start

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8 Ways to End Up in the FRIEND ZONE for Guys in 2017

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The often-skipped and avoided topic - the friend zone. Many times skipping the topic is as a result of bruised egos and untrue fantasies. The question

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    Fighting Tribalism among Citizens of the Cabin

    No, don't stay on Facebook, go to the online 'royal rumbles' of Nigerians, viz, Nairaland, Linda Ikeji, and see the total squalor of hate Nigerians subject themselves to. I never knew of the word "Afonja" until I saw it on Nairaland. Other words like "flathead" shot through the screen as I found myself unconsciously fiddling with the topology of my own head. Tribal generalizations, from being funny have turned into the de facto. From jokes like "the Yorubas are dirty"…

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    #WivesNotCooks and The Burden of Proof

    The greatest burden to bare - on this side of mundanity, is the burden of proof; Believe me. At the behest of a friend of mine, I found myself at the front of the pew of a local church. Over the years, I have come to prefer the relative sincerity and zeal of smaller church units to the pomp and poise of larger congregations. My mind was in limbo as the 'normal' routine of praise and worship was done. But…

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    Innocent with Evidence?

    "Who will fight for you?" Think! Be unbiased: What will be the first thought coursing through your mind if you see a naked, running young man dashing out from an apartment building. Out of 'amebo' or righteous inquisition you move close to the scene of this melodrama - a conspicuously beautiful mansion. In the background you hear screaming, shouts and intermittent cursing. You need to satisfy this intense craving of ameboism. You peer through the window pane and you can…

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    The Book of Romance chapter INTIMACY

    It is rather straightforward. In reality, the more you have something, the more you really don't have the desire to have more of it. This is what Economics refers to as the law of diminishing returns (sorry for introducing a 'boring' concept for those who hate Economics). For example, no matter how you someone loves DRINKING ALCOHOL, one of these 'days' you will probably get tired of those bottles of alcohols and look for solace in a deep disquieted sleep. For starters, the topic…

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    ‘Guilty’ Idibia: Two-faced or too fazed

    Not one. Not two. Not three voices welcomed with unabated glee the news of Mr. 'Tuface' Idibia's intention of amplifying the masses' cry of concern - by reason of the extensive suffering transcending political and tribal lines. Every well-kept and hidden remonstration - the result of a realization of being conned for a pseudo-change, saw the light of 'the day' - of the voicing of frustrations en masse. A rather trivial example of the relief felt when someone else echoes your…

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    “Forgotten but Not GodForsaken” – A Review

    A review of Ademola Adedeji’s book “Forgotten but Not Forsaken” Author Name Ademola Adedeji Book Title   FORGOTTEN, BUT NOT FORSAKEN [The God of the mountain also stays with you while in the valley] Number of Chapters/Words 14 / 41,870 Download Links Smashwords Okadabooks READ: A Review of “Called to the Pulpit, but not a Pastor” The annals of history is awash and replete with memories - some comely, others - just the opposite, of those who have either carried out brave and…

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    Donald Trump: 3 Things to Note from the Brash Mogul

    Brash, impulsive, petulant - some of the most gory adjectives in the book don't seem sufficient in describing Donald Trump, President of the United States. For many, the standard of civility, poise and wit should not be sacrificed on the altar of brashness and peevishness. In fact a new word - "Dontrumpish" - esoteric in usage should be invented in describing the state of one, anyone who has exhausted his/her mileage of capriciousness. Donald Trump rode on the back of…

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    Want to be Successful? 3 Strategies to Envy Management

    Envy management? The first thing that would course through your mind is: "why should that matter?" Why, for instance is the justification behind someone else looking at you and wishing he/she has achieved up to what you have achieved. The 'quantum' of your achievements is not the point. How do you really channel ENVY, just like most greats - the Sir Walter Raleighs and the J. Turners. Of all the disorders of the soul, envy is the only one no one confesses…

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    A Review of “Called to the Pulpit, but not a Pastor”

    A review of Ademola Adedeji’s book “Called to the Pulpit, but not a Pastor”   “Called to the Pulpit, but not a Pastor” - One body, different parts, different functions, but one mission, highlights the need for understanding the basis of one’s calling. An eight-chaptered master-exhortation of an inspiration that started out on the 26th July, 2013. In the author’s words, “I went to bed on the night of 26th July, 2013 with so many questions on my mind. The day…

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    Making Money Using Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrency in 2017?

    It is undebatable - Cryptocurrency. Everyone wants to make money - "through what and by what?"- remains quite the question to be answered. Risk is one characteristic of a money-minded individual universally accepted as the trunk of entrepreneurship. However, when does risk become too risky? Or should we take risks for the sake of taking risks? The Cryptocurrency has become the rave of the moment in online earnings. Indeed, Cryptocurrencies had always been relegated to theoretical postulations and other boring…