Jerrie Pelser
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Jerrie Pelser

Engineer at Auth0, creator of ProCoder.tv and curator of ASP.NET Weekly.


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Using Roles with the ASP.NET Core JWT middleware

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The JSON Web Token middleware in ASP.NET Core knows how to interpret roles inside your JWT.

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Adding parameters to the OpenID Connect Authorization URL

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I show how you can add extra parameters to the Authorization URL when using the ASP.NET Core OpenID Connect middleware.

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Accessing the Request object inside a Tag Helper in ASP.NET Core

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I look at a couple of options you can use when you want to access the Request object inside your Tag Helper.

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ASP.NET Core: No more worries about checking in secrets

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I talk about the new configuration model in ASP.NET Core and how it can protect you from accidentaly checking secrets into source control.

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Using custom converters in JSON.NET: Array or Object?

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Custom converters in JSON.NET allow you to write custom logic when seriaizing or deserializing JSON. In this post I look at an example where the JSON returned could be either an object or an array.

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Using JsonExtensionData with JSON.NET

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The JSON.NET JsonExtensionData attribute allows you to serialize elements of a JSON document which does not have matching properties to a collection.

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New job at Auth0

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The new year started with some changes, and I have accepted a position as a Customer Success Engineer at Auth0.

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Assign execute permissions with Git

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Ran into a "Permission Denied" problem recently on Linux with executing a script from Jenkins, and this is how it was resolved.

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5 Weeks of ASP.NET Weekly Tools and Libraries - Part 5

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Last post in a series of 5 blog posts in which I recap the Tools and Libraries I covered during 2015 in ASP.NET Weekly

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2015 in review and plans for 2016

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Looking back at my year in 2015 and making some plans and setting goals for 2016