Date: 2017-Dec-26 Week: 52 Year: 2017
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Breaking Down Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control in C# with SimpleInjector
For years Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control seemed like buzz words to me. I would constantly hear about them at confer...
Hybridizer: High-Performance C# on GPUs | Parallel Forall
Hybridizer is a compiler from Altimesh that lets you program GPUs and other accelerators from C# code or .NET Assembly.
Top 10 Productive C# Videos of 2017 – Productive C#
This is the list of the top 10 most watched Productive C# videos of 2017.
Building ASP.NET Core apps using Cake in Docker
In a previous post, I showed how you can use Docker Hub to automatically build a Docker image for a project hosted on GitHub. To d...
Get Started Building Microservices with ASP.NET Core and Docker in Visual Studio Code
Containers and microservices are two huge, emerging trends in software development today.
.NET Event Counters – When logging isn’t fast enough
Over the past few years, I’ve become more and more convinced that having really good production logs is critical to running a su...
Reverse Engineering Existing Databases in Entity Framework Core 2
I purposely teach the DbContext and POCO classes first because I want the students to understand what is happening. The process of...
Boost your productivity with Visual Studio’s DebuggerAttributes
Visual Studio is a great IDE with a great Debugger. It currently provides one of the best debugging experiences out there....
Support Multiple Versions of ASP.NET Core Web API
Now a days REST APIs are quite commonly used in web applications. At times you may need to provide multiple versions of your API t...
Progressive Web Apps made easy with ASP.NET Core
Earlier this week I wrote about some experiments I was doing with Service Workers in ASP.NET Core. This is an update to that.
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