dotNET Weekly Date: 2017-Feb-07 Week: 06 Year: 2017
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Let’s say we’ve encapsulated an operation our application has to perform. I tend to write little classes which express the desired behaviour or which delegate to other classes if the need arises.


In modern web programming, you can never have too many tokens. There are access tokens, refresh tokens, anti-XSRF tokens, and more. It’s the last type of token that I’ve gotten a lot of questions about recently. Specifically, does one need to protect against cross site requests forgeries when building an API based app?


Tools for comparing databases, tables, finding unused indexes, manipulating strings, performance tuning, converting data, and so much more. And did we mention, free?


It has only been about a year since .NET Core 1.0 RC came out. We are now getting close to .NET Core 2.0.


This newly updated Refcard guides you through productively using .NET on Linux, from installation to debugging.


A guidance on the principles .net product group use to make decisions for each language.


Libraries and Tools to the rescue


Announcing GVFS (Git Virtual File System) | Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management



Are you one of those Dev's that like to see how the engine actually works? Likes to see the underlying details? One that wants to know what really happens when you compile your C# code?


Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss


A multi challenge experience for developers to build their first connected Xamarin application.



Almost 800 technology enthusiasts gathered in Paris last week for the MS Cloud Summit, a community conference buzzing with talk of Microsoft, Cloud and Hybrid technologies. The conference was the biggest event ever put on by Microsoft communities in France, as hundreds more participants than expected came out to share in the excitement.