What's new in ConfigInjector 2.0

Andrew Harcourt Mon 14 Dec 2015

ConfigInjector 2.0 has hit the NuGet feed.

What's new? A handful of things:

  • Support for overriding settings via environment variables (useful for regression suites on build servers).
  • Support for loading settings from existing objects.
  • Logging hooks to allow callers to record where settings were loaded from and what their values were.

There are some breaking changes with respect to namespaces so it's a major version bump but unless you're doing anything really custom it should still be a straight-forward ugprade.

Joining ThoughtWorks

Andrew Harcourt Mon 12 Oct 2015

As of this morning, I've officially started at ThoughtWorks. My business card will read "Principal Consultant" and I'll still be based in Brisbane.

Let's see what the future holds :)

Leaving Readify

Andrew Harcourt Mon 21 Sep 2015

After over five years with Readify I've decided it's time to move on. My last official day will be Friday the 2nd of October.

It's been an honour and a privilege to work with, lead and learn from so many amazing people over the past five years. There have been some great times, through gigs both good and bad, and there are many, many stories to tell. I've made some very firm friendships along the way and am all the richer for those.

I'd like to wish everyone all the very best, whatever you do and wherever you go.

Don't be strangers :)

About me

My name is Andrew Harcourt.

I'm a software engineer and project rescue specialist. I'm a Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks. I also run my own photography company, Ivory Digital.

Work

I'm a solutions architect and software engineer with extensive experience in large-scale, high-load, geographically-distributed systems. I specialise in project rescue, governance and development methodologies.

My main areas of interest are domain-driven design, event sourcing, massively-scalable service architectures and cloud computing.

I'm a regular speaker and presenter at conferences and training events. My mother wrote COBOL on punch cards and I've been coding in one form or another since I was five years old.

Play

Photographer. Ballroom dancer. Cyclist. Motorcyclist. I love my outdoor sports - and anyone who won't dance is chicken.

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