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Mar 18
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File reading operations in C# are crucial for many applications, often requiring efficiency and optimal performance. When handling file reading tasks, employing the right strategies can significantly impact the speed and resource utilization of your application. Here are some best practices to ensure efficient file reading in C#: 1. Choose...

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Mar 16
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What is API testing? First, we need to know about API. API stands for Application Programming Interface. That’s all. Then, you may ask: what is its real meaning? So, let’s go with Application Programming first. Application programming usually has 3 layers: User Interface, Business Logic, and Data Storage. Did you...

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Mar 16
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Performance is paramount when developing web applications. A slow, unresponsive application results in poor user experience, losing users, and possibly business. For ASP.NET Core developers, there are many techniques and best practices to optimize application performance. Let’s explore some of these approaches in this article. Understanding performance bottlenecks When we...

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Mar 15
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Mastering SQL with practical examples SQL is a powerful tool for managing and manipulating data in relational databases. While basic SQL queries are essential, mastering advanced SQL queries empowers data professionals to extract complex insights and perform sophisticated data transformations. In this article, we’ll explore 20 advanced SQL queries that...

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Mar 15
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Understanding is key to building quality software. Here are 3 levels of understanding we should go through before we start coding. Since the beginning of the year, I’ve had the position of a team lead/manager/dev lead, call this what you want, but I’m essentially in charge of a module as...

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Mar 14
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Clean Architecture is a software design philosophy that promotes the separation of concerns and the creation of a modular and maintainable codebase. It was introduced by Robert C. Martin, also known as Uncle Bob, and has gained popularity in the software development community. In this article, we will explore the...

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Mar 13
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Creating functions that return multiple values in C# is an essential skill, especially when working with .NET Core applications. This article delves into various advanced strategies to return multiple values from functions, providing a deeper understanding of each approach with practical, real-world examples. 1. Using Tuples Problem Statement: You need...

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Mar 11
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The Fetch vs Axios debate has been going on for years and recently it has come up again. I will talk about the disadvantages of using the Fetch API directly instead of using a network library like Axios. First of all, let’s point out the shortcomings of the Fetch...

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Mar 8
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Follow me on Twitter, happy to take your suggestions on topics or improvements. Introduction Many third-party feature flagging services are available, or your internal team could develop its own feature flag service. For those who prefer standardization, following the OpenFeature guidelines is also an option. However, none of these solutions...

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Mar 8
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Feature flags, also known as feature toggles or feature flags, are a powerful technique used in software development to enable or disable specific features or code paths in your application without modifying the code itself. This allows you to release new features gradually, test them with a subset of users,...

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Mar 4
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Whether you’ve worked on a large or a small project, throughout your career, someone has initiated an architecture pattern on the project you’re working on; more often than not, it’s you on small personal projects, but you’re not aware you’re using one. In this article, we’ll endeavour to discuss what...

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Mar 1
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IoT implies physical objects linked via wireless and wired networks. It refers to a group of internet-connected devices that communicate independently over the internet without needing a person to mediate the information exchange. You might wonder how this varies from the “internet” as most individuals realize it. It’s not...

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Feb 29
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Introduction With the release of .NET 8, Microsoft takes a significant stride forward, introducing the native Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation for ASP.NET Core. This advancement not only enhances application performance but also simplifies the development process, marking a new era in the .NET ecosystem. The emergence of native AOT in .NET...

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Feb 26
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Pagination is in front of us everyday yet we take it for granted kind of like we do with most things. It’s what chunks huge lists of data (blog posts, articles, products) into pages so we can navigate through data. This is how you did pagination until this point. using...

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Feb 23
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During interviews for senior .NET developer positions, technical questions are often asked to test skills and understanding. This article contains seven commonly asked questions based on my experience in various .NET developer interviews, both as an interviewer and a candidate. 1. How to implement asynchronous programming? Asynchronous programming in .NET...

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Feb 22
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Table of contents Introduction Prerequisites Step 1: Create Action Groups Step 1.1: Action Groups Structure Step 1.2: Create Action Groups Step 1.3: Test Action Group Step 2: Create a new alert rule Step 2.1: Setup Conditions Step 2.2: Write Log Query Step 2.3: Associate Action Group Step 2.4: Test Alert...

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Feb 21
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In a previous blog post, I showed you how to use PostgreSQL in C# with Npgsql, Dapper, and Entity Framework Core. But if you’re going to use one of them, it’s probably a good idea to make sure you’re not choosing a library that has really bad performance. Or at...

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Feb 20
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If you’re a .NET developer, chances are you’ve had to deal with scheduling tasks at some point. Cron jobs are a common way to do this, but they can be tedious to set up and maintain. Enter Hangfire, a powerful and easy-to-use library that simplifies scheduling Cron jobs in .NET....

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Feb 20
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Long polling is a server-push technique used in web applications to efficiently update clients with new information. Unlike traditional polling, long polling keeps the request open until the server has new data to send. This method is beneficial when you want to reduce the latency for data updates without overloading...

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Feb 20
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Background tasks are crucial in many software applications, and scheduling them to run periodically or at specific times is a common requirement. In the .NET ecosystem, Quartz.NET provides a robust and flexible framework for scheduling such tasks. Let’s delve into what Quartz.NET is, why it is useful, and how we...

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