Whenever you add a folder to the PATH environment variable, you need to restart your shell environment to gain access to it.

Or do you?


By typing refreshenv, you could force PowerShell to get the latest environment variables, and continue your work!


TL;DR; Stay woke! Always be suspicious, especially of things too good to be true.

Like every parent, my Mum cares a lot for us, and she’s always looking out for our progress. So this morning, she sent me this:

At first glance I was like whoa! …

I remember the way her voice rang out when she was excited.

I loved how excited she got when talking about the things she was passionate about.


She visited a few days after Olowo Gbogboro came out, and it was all she could talk about. Apparently, she’d stayed up until…

The Romans had a deity called Janus, a two-headed figure who could look into the future and the past at the same time. He was the god of door-ways and decision-making, and it is for him, that the month of January gets its name.

I’m at a point in my…

1. Computed Columns do not work with Sqlite

It used to be that EF Core would ignore computed columns, but in dotnet core 3.0, I have to conditionally add my computed columns to the model builder.

if (!Database.IsSqlite())
.Property(bl => bl.Age)

2. Use Database.EnsureCreatedAsync(…) for MsSQL and Sqlite

For performing a DB Migration at runtime, I used to think EnsureCreated(…) and…

Ikechi Michael

I’ve learned I don’t know anything. I've also learned that people will pay for what I know. Maybe that's why they never pay.

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