After receiving a couple questions of what tools do I use, this post is far overdue. In my opinion, here are the top 10 must-have tools for .NET Developers
What is this web3 and why should .NET developers be interested in it? In today's post, we try to understand what web3 is and what options are available for .NET developers
Entity Framework has a number of ways to optimize your queries. In this post, I explore a number of ways to make your queries a little bit faster.
For the C# Advent this year, we'll refactor a sample app using the latest C# 10 language improvements
For this repost, I review why it's OK (and sometimes mandatory) to take a little time off to recharge for the holidays
In today's post, our guest blogger, Andrew Hinkle, examines the best approach along with techniques on how to unit test ILogger
After his great post on Assembly Encapsulation with Dependency Injection, Andrew Hinkle follows up with unit testing the assembly encapsulation
If you're a .NET developer, there is no other tool more powerful than Visual Studio's IDE. Today, with the new release of VS 2022 from Monday, I review my experience of installing VS 2022.
Once again, our guest blogger, Andrew Hinkle provides an enlightening post about how to use dependency injection with an assembly containing internals
In today's post, our guest blogger Andrew Hinkle explains how to secure the interactive part of Swagger using authorization techniques