Jason Peterson has earned two degrees from Saint Martin's College: a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Math. After graduation Jason began a career with Microsoft that spanned over twelve years. His specialty included working primarily in mobile software development, specifically Windows Phone / Windows Mobile. Jason worked several years on multiple mobile technologies including compilers, storage device drivers, SDK sample development, health/performance, which makes him quite an expert in the Windows Mobile platform. Since coming to IntelliTect, Jason has worked on several different projects for a large utility company. On these projects, he applied his extensive knowledge of C#, SQL Server, and Oracle databases to build efficient, reliable systems for utility processing. Additionally, he recently designed and implemented an entire automated load testing solution for a very large billing and Enterprise Asset Management project using HP LoadRunner, C#, and a custom SQL Server database. Jason would say his greatest career accomplishments included work he did to successfully complete several releases for the Windows Phone operating system. Outside of work, his greatest accomplishment would have to be his wife, and two beautiful children. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, basketball, baseball and developing mobile software.

Creating an NLog wrapper that logs to Azure Table Storage

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September 11, 2015 / No Comment

Welcome back to part two of our discussion on logging and tracing for .NET applications. In part one, we discussed a feature introduced in C# 5 that allows us to log detailed file, member, and line number information when tracing. Today, we’ll show how to build a wrapper for NLog that can utilize this functionality. We’ll also demonstrate how we […]
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Building a logger using Caller Info attributes – Part 1

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August 10, 2015 / 1 Comment

Welcome to the first of a multi-part discussion on logging and tracing for .NET applications. In this post, we will discuss using a C# 5 feature to include detailed file, member, and line number information when tracing. In future posts, we’ll discuss integrating this method with NLog to output log information to various data sources, followed by a specific discussion […]
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