A collection of posts written while developing with JSON serialization on .NET Core 3+.Read more
Walkthrough for decrypting Apple Pay Payment blob using .NET.Read more
Walkthrough for configuring Apple Pay certificates using .NET.read more
Part of the series: Fun with System.Text.Json I was working on porting some code to .NET Core that has a batch process running at a configurable time of day. Naturally, the time is configurable, so I put a TimeSpan on my options object and added a string time in my JSON settings “02:00:00” for 2am […]
In the summer of 2019 I was messing around with Cosmos DB on Azure. The goal at the time was to investigate it as a potential document store for the product I was working on. Usually, if I’m prototyping, I’m doing “latest and greatest” tech stack, because, why not? At the time that was .NET […]
Series intro: Apple Pay Certificate Signing Using .NET At this point, we’ve uploaded our “payment processing” and/or “merchant identity” CSR to Apple (or had our merchant do that on our behalf), Apple has signed our CSR using their CA (Certificate Authority) private key, and we have downloaded the final Apple-issued certificate (.cer extension) to our […]
Series intro: Apple Pay Certificate Signing Using .NET Apple’s guide for configuration has two sections, one for “payment processing certificate” and one for “merchant identity certificate.” Both basically use the same steps: You generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) using the Keychain Access application on some Mac, upload it to Apple, and then download a […]
Blanch is an industry veteran with twenty years of programming experience. Currently working in a payments group for a large corporation. Originally a UX developer Blanch has a soft spot for interfaces but spends most of his time developing high throughput services.
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