by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:37:56.847Z
So far we have talked about how quite a few new features of C# 8. We have talked about how C# 8 fixing interpolated verbatim strings (here), we have talked about the languages new Index Struct and the usage of the Hat operator (here) and we have talked about default interface methods (here). In this article we will talk about another feature that some people might call small and minor, but still very very useful as it can clean up code and remove lots of noise.
by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:37:36.221Z
One of the most powerful tools in programming is the Job Queue. It’s a simple concept that stands in the core of many software solutions. It’s also a pretty interesting programming challenge, especially in a versatile language like C#.
by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:47:22.601Z
Of course Docker is still here, and of course everyone is still using Docker and will continue to do so the near and foreseeable future (how far that foreseeable future is - is yet to be determined). The reason I chose this title for the blogpost is because, in my humble opinion the days for Docker as a company are numbered and maybe also a technology as well. If would indulge me with a few minutes of your time - I will share with you the basis for my thoughts.
by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:49:06.899Z
GraphQL is all the rage, but what exactly is it? In this in-depth walkthrough, we take a look at what GraphQL is, how to use it, and why you should use it.
Learn why GraphQL is all the rage! We’ll walk through the implementation of a schema for a popcorn company’s API, learning about types, queries, and mutations as we go.
by dnwunShZQZTHU, 2019-03-21T15:18:59.316Z
This article will show you how to customize, standardize, and monitor your C# logs, using native and third-party logging frameworks like Apache log4net.
by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:36:45.369Z
This is the fourth part of the .NET Internals Cookbook series. For your convenience you can find other parts in the table of contents in Part 0 – Table of content
by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:52:03.124Z
This article shows how to setup a Visual Studio Azure Functions project to work with HTTPS for local development. HTTP is configured per default and not HTTPS. The command line arguments need to be set correctly, and then the Azure Functions can be started in Visual Studio with HTTPS and take advantage of the break point debugging without having to attach the func process in Visual Studio.
by tpeczek, 2019-03-20T12:19:14.522Z
ASP.NET Core SignalR provides an API for creating server-to-client remote procedure calls (RPC). A challenge appears when we want such a remote procedure call to return a result. This post shows a possible way to achieve that.
by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:45:57.433Z
Like most people who’ve played it, I love Tetris. I still remember playing it for the first time on a friend’s Nintendo Game Boy. You may already have the theme song stuck in your head. Not only is Tetris one of the best games of all time, it’s also an excellent analogy for technical debt. The point of this analogy is to reach a common understanding of technical debt and its impact.
by bill-s, 2019-03-18T05:38:51.338Z
You can explain a code smell like fat controllers until you’re blue in the face, but some things just click better with pictures.