Intro As a developer, I can say that developers are lazy - at least I know and acknowledge that I am. If I’m tasked with something even the slightest bit repetitious I’ll script it out, or find a way to automate it. Likewise, if I fall into a habit of forgetting something important - I’ll figure out a way to not forget. Especially when it comes to securing an application.
Being a software developer, it’s in our nature to configure various aspects of the applications that we write. With ASP.NET Core configuring our applications is really straight forward. Luckily, there is a lot of really well written documentation surrounding this topic.
ASP.NET Core - Configuration ASP.NET Core - Options However, there is still room for improvement. I’ve prepared a few tips that can enhance developer productivity by taking advantage of various C# features.
Welcome to the 17th day of the C# Advent Calendar . I’d like to take a moment to thank my fellow bloggers who are sharing their passion of C# with everyone following the C# Advent Calendar. Please, share this and their posts - help us all make C# even more widely adopted than it is today.
In the Beginning I’m honored to blog about my favorite programming language, C#. There is an often forgotten truth about the history of C#, one truth that I like talking about.
Earlier this year in March – Visual Studio 2017 was released. With this the world was given C# 7, checkout my post on Exploring C# 7. In this post we will peruse C# 7.1, the first incremental release while C# 8 is being fleshed out.
Async Main Since the release of C# 5, developers have either embraced the async and await keywords or fumbled along the way feebly attempting to comprehend them.
Intro Since we have all been actively celebrating the 20th anniversary of Visual Studio, it felt appropriate to post about C# 7! In this post we will explore the features that make C# 7 so promising. I’ve put together a demonstration C# 7 project, that is available here .
This post contains examples and details on five of the nine new C# 7 features.
Pattern matching out variables Tuples Local functions throw expressions These are the remaining features, that I do not cover in this post.
Inspiration I am certainly not the first one to create a magic mirror, and I will not be the last either. I was inspired by those who are true Innovators…some might say, “I’m standing on the shoulders of giants”. They would probably we right, and I’m okay with that. Earlier this year, I stumbled upon a tweet about someone how created a magic mirror…this is the root of my inspiration.