I’ve been running my personal website for about 3 years now and am very happy running a static site generator. I’ve picked Jekyll in the past because it was the most viable option at the time. Today, static site generators are more popular and I’ve decided to switch to Hexo.
In this post I will summarize the steps taken to convert the Jekyll codebase to Hexo.
For the deployment of the TIQ marketing website 2020 redesign we decided to Dockerize the application and run in on Azure. I couldn’t find a lot about this setup on the Internet, so I’ve put in the time to figure it out. Hopefully it can save you some time.
ASP.NET used to have a nice Webpack integration with the officially supported
Microsoft.AspNetCore.SpaServices Nuget package. In August 2019 Microsoft announced that it would be deprecating this package and suggested a new integration mechanism with
Since I use this with Vue.js and the new integration mechanism doesn’t offer the same functionality, I’ll share how I managed to get up and running again in this post.
At some point in time I found myself needing to extract a customer logo from a custom icon font. Since finding the solution required some homework, I’ll share the results here to save you some time in case you stumble upon this via a search engine.
This is a copy of a press release for TIQ Time, one of the main projects I’ve been working on for several years.
Amsterdam and Helsinki, 6 April 2020. TIQ has announced that Roschier is now working firm-wide with TIQ Time to improve its time registration. Approximately 500 staff members, of which more than 300 lawyers and practitioners, use TIQ Time as time entry solution.