by bill-s, 2019-04-09T05:11:11.197Z
.Net Core is a lightweight and cross-platform version of the DotNet framework and the wonderful thing is that Developers required the same expertise to code with .Net Core as .Net Framework.
by bill-s, 2019-04-09T05:01:45.624Z
ML.NET is an open-source and cross-platform machine learning framework (Windows, Linux, macOS) for .NET developers. Using ML.NET, developers can leverage their existing tools and skillsets to develop and infuse custom AI into their applications by creating custom machine learning models for common scenarios like Sentiment Analysis, Recommendation, Image Classification and more!.
by cezarypiatek, 2019-04-08T16:43:06.552Z
In the last few projects that I’ve attended, I was deeply involved in continuous integration. What I mean is that I was either fully in charge of setting up, configuring and maintaining CI or I was a consultant, helping other teams to deal with different problems related to this subject. All projects have been using TeamCity as a platform for continuous integration. It has a lot of predefined jobs that facilitate most common activities necessary to build pipelines, as well as rich UI that helps to easily configure it and examine pipeline results. For the more complicated and non-standard activities, I’ve been using PowerShell scripts. TeamCity has really good support for running PowerShell thanks to dedicated build step. However, it can cause some troubles if it’s not configured correctly. After coming across the same mistakes and issues over and over again, I finally decided to write this article that shows how to use PowerShell properly, together with TeamCity. I hope you will find it useful.
by jamesmh_dev, 2019-04-11T14:26:56.002Z
Today I want to show you a technique that I’ve been using which is similar to the guard clause pattern but is used in more advanced scenarios. These scenarios include when you have problems due to external dependencies or complex logic that is required in your guard clauses.
by andrea.angella, 2019-04-11T01:31:05.227Z
Master C# 8 New Features! Join a FREE Webinar and deep dive into all the new exciting features coming to C# 8 with Microsoft C# MVP Andrea Angella.
by bill-s, 2019-04-09T05:06:04.371Z
Over my career I've noticed that all technologies require developers to work to stay relevant. Sometimes that means updating your skills within the technology, sometimes it means shifting to a whole new technology (which is much harder).
by andrea.angella, 2019-04-09T22:46:57.643Z
Master the C# language, listen to short and practical tips to become a successful and more productive agile C# developer and learn from daily real-world experiences of Andrea Angella, Microsoft C# MVP and .NET Community Lead.
by bill-s, 2019-04-09T05:05:19.436Z
Production ready code is a term that I don’t really like. I much prefer the term: Production Ready System. This is because production readiness isn’t really a property of a particular piece of code, but of the entire system.
by bill-s, 2019-04-09T05:04:53.393Z
Two score and five years ago two young IBM researchers brought forth on databases, a new language, conceived in relational, dedicated to the proposition that data can be manipulated declaratively and easily. In the years since Don Chamberlin and Ramond Boyce published SEQUEL: A Structured English Query Language relational model and SQL have been extended and adapted to a significant number of technologies: OLTP, OLAP, object databases, object-relational databases, and even NoSQL. SQL has inspired query language design for non-relational databases: SQL for object databases, SQL for object-relational, SQL for XML, SQL for spatial, SQL for search, SQL for JSON, SQL for timeseries, SQL for streams and so on. Every BI tool interacts with the data using variety of SQL. In fact, SQL is the most successful 4th generation language.
by bill-s, 2019-04-09T05:04:01.013Z
You can now view clipboard ring history in Visual Studio 2019. If you ever wonder what is “Clipboard Ring” feature in Visual Studio? Well, It is all about copy multiple code block, and past them as and when need. Yes, in Visual Studio, you can copy multiple lines of code and keep them in clipboard memory and past them as and when need. Wouldn’t it improve your development productivity? The way it works is very simple; all the cute / copy text items are stored in a memory and you can use them as and when need by paste using Ctrl+Shift+V
by ThomasArdal, 2019-04-09T07:00:20.094Z
Accepting payments through Stripe using ASP.NET Core is a perfect choice. Read through this post to get started fast and to learn about the pitfalls.