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Feb 15
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Kestrel Web Server in ASP.NET Core Application In this article, I will discuss the Kestrel Web Server in ASP.NET Core application with examples. Please read our previous article discussing the ASP.NET Core InProcess Hosting Model with examples. At the end of our previous article, we discussed that with the OutOfProcess...

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Feb 12
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Application Insights - Telemetry 1. How do I instrument (monitor/record/enabling to capture telemetry) an application? Autoinstrumentation - if you don’t have access to source code You only need to install the Application Insights SDK if: You require custom events and metrics. You require control over the flow of telemetry....

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Feb 8
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Remote work has come a very long way. In previous years, remote work was widely seen as ‘not real work’. Then Covid-19 happened, and… well, you know the rest. Even since the pandemic, our understanding of the positive impacts of remote work — both for tech professionals and companies—has evolved...

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Feb 8
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Explore the benefits and risks of using AI-generated code in software development and when and how to leverage it to stay competitive. Artificial intelligence (AI) has shaped numerous industries over the past few years, from automation and minimizing errors to boosting worker productivity. One key field that AI is revolutionizing...

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Feb 8
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.NET 8 introduced a powerful API in system diagnostics, making it seamless for developers to add custom application metrics adhering to the open telemetry standard. In this post, we’ll explore this new feature, demonstrating how it can be leveraged to publish metrics from a minimal API. Additionally, we’ll cover...

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Feb 6
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In a Microservices Architecture, services typically collaborate with each other to serve business use cases. These services may have their own software characteristics in terms of Availability, Scalability, Elasticity, etc. but there will always be a situation when the downstream service you are trying to communicate with is either not...

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Feb 5
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Lesser-known techniques for optimizing SQL queries in a high-traffic application, especially when dealing with complex joins and indexing challenges The success of high-traffic applications hinges on the efficient performance of their underlying databases. As the complexity of SQL queries grows, especially those involving intricate joins and indexing challenges, query optimization...

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Feb 2
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If you are embarking on the journey to become a .NET Framework developer in 2024, you’re in for an exciting ride! The .NET ecosystem is vast and constantly evolving. To help you navigate this landscape effectively, we’ve compiled a comprehensive roadmap that outlines the essential skills and technologies you...

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Feb 2
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With the release of C# 10 in November 2021 developers were introduced to a new concept called records, in this post I’ll outline some of the key differences between records and classes. For this comparison I’ll only consider the default/common approach for creating class’ and records’, since a record is...

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Feb 2
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Introduction LINQ (Language Integrated Query) is a powerful feature in C# that allows developers to perform complex queries on collections and databases using a syntax that is both expressive and readable. However, writing LINQ queries efficiently is essential to ensure that your application performs well. In this article, we will...

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Feb 1
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Introduction Welcome to the world of C#! Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just starting your programming journey, the power and versatility of C# can elevate your coding experience. In this article, we’ll explore a curated collection of tips and tricks to enhance your proficiency in C#. From optimizing...

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Jan 31
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This is a creational pattern that provides a way to create an object without exposing the creation logic for the users of it. There are two well-known approaches that I will explain and show how and when you should use them. Abstract Factory This type of factory creates families of...

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Jan 29
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Performance tricks & best practices, beginner friendly Hey there! Today, I’m sharing some straightforward ways to speed up your .NET Core apps. No fancy words, just simple stuff that works. Let’s dive in! • • • 1. Asynchronous programming Asynchronous programming in .NET Core is a powerful way to enhance...

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Jan 25
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A deep dive into Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation for optimized performance What is it? Traditionally, .NET languages like C# use Just-in-Time (JIT) compilation. In this process, the source code is initially compiled into Common Intermediate Language (CIL) code, a platform-agnostic code representation. Only when the code is executed does the JIT...

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Jan 22
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Health checks are crucial for monitoring the status of your applications and services. They provide a quick and automated way to verify that your application’s dependencies and components are running smoothly. This article will explore how to implement health checks in a .NET 8 web application. Why health checks...

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Jan 22
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The Software Interview Question that you should be aware of! Exception handling is a crucial aspect of software development that allows you to manage and recover from unexpected or exceptional situations that can occur during program execution. These exceptional situations are typically errors or unforeseen conditions that disrupt the normal...

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Jan 18
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Are you wondering if there is life beyond the conventional layered, clean or hexagonal code architectures? It turns out there is an old concept known as Functional Core, Imperative Shell (FCIS). Let’s take a closer look and see how it could shake things up in constructing maintainable systems. Traditional code...

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Jan 17
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In the last decade, “microservices” architectures have come into fashion for a variety of reasons. Like “Agile”, this term has taken on many meanings and interpretations over the years and — in many cases — has come to represent even not-so-micro-services. Whether true microservices like single-purpose serverless functions or “macroservices”...

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Jan 15
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HyperText markup language, commonly referred to as HTML, has been the foundation of creating and navigating web pages from the very beginning. Its significance further increases provided how the world is moving towards digitization. Hence, working with this format just can’t be confined to internet use; users even look forward...

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Jan 14
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Content index #1 — Wake up with the sun #2 — Learn how to cook #3 — Use time savings to invest in your life #4 — Schedule Your Time #5 — Advocate for yourself Remote work has found itself at the center of the revolution between old school traditions...

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