Jim Bennett

Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, Xamarin Certified Developer, author of Xamarin In Action, blogger, speaker, father and lover of beer, whisky and Thai food. Opinions are my own.

  Redmond, WA, USA

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Xamarin In Action

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Setting up a website on Heroku

Now that I'm (almost) out of the rat race and working on my own apps, I though it was time to create a website to host my work. I haven't got a company set up yet (that's coming soon) but I've been watching a rather excellent Pluralsight training course on the MEAN stack. In this course they use Heroku to host a Node.js application, so I though I…

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Securing a Heroku site with SSL

For my mobile app development work, I've been building a Node.js website with a REST api that my apps can use. It's hosted at MooMoo.io and is running using a free Heroku account - I don't have anything useful on my site or many users of my API at the moment, so their free single dyno is perfect for my needs. I'm also taking advantage of the free…

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Setting up a website on Heroku

Now that I'm (almost) out of the rat race and working on my own apps, I though it was time to create a website to host my work. I haven't got a company set up yet (that's coming soon) but I've been watching a rather excellent Pluralsight training course on the MEAN stack. In this course they use Heroku to host a Node.js application, so I though I…

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