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Managing (Unused) CSS in Visual Studio 2019

Managing (Unused) CSS in Visual Studio 2019

Loading unused CSS for one page? Today, I offer a possible solution to organize CSS styles on bloated pages

Entity Framework Core: Using Junction or Associative Tables

Entity Framework Core: Using Junction or Associative Tables

One-to-many and one-to-one is easy, but what about many-to-many? Today, I explain how to create a many-to-many relationship in Entity Framework Core.

Developer Tips: C# Selenium with MSTest Basics

Developer Tips: C# Selenium with MSTest Basics

Our guest blogger, Andrew Hinkle, walks us through a checklist of how to setup Selenium with an introduction to DogFoodCon 2019

Why Do Developers Love Visual Studio?

Why Do Developers Love Visual Studio?

Developers love Microsoft's Visual Studio, but why do they love it over other IDEs? Today, I discuss the most important features in Visual Studio for developers.

Developer Tips: C# Enum Alternative

Developer Tips: C# Enum Alternative

For today's post, our guest blogger, Andrew Hinkle, shows us an alternative to enums.

Collection: Web API Best Practices

Collection: Web API Best Practices

It seems like the wild, wild West out there when it comes to APIs. In this new collection, I focus on best practices when consuming and creating Web APIs.

Best Practices for Writing Unit Tests

Best Practices for Writing Unit Tests

Do you know when it's time to write unit tests? Today, I try to provide insight on best practices for how (and when) to write unit tests

Advanced Basics: Bringing it in with LINQ's Aggregate in C#

Advanced Basics: Bringing it in with LINQ's Aggregate in C#

In today's post, I show you how to tame and understand LINQ's Aggregate method.

How to keep up with Technology Trends

How to keep up with Technology Trends

Keeping up on the latest tech can be challenging, but today, I show you what I use to examine the landscape of technology.

Developer Tips: C# Extension Methods on Interfaces

Developer Tips: C# Extension Methods on Interfaces

Our guest blogger, Andrew, covers the topic of creating extension methods on interfaces making dependency injection easier.