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Dec 20, 2023
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You can run a single monolithic instance of a server application only if the number of clients accessing your application doesn’t exceed a couple of thousand. But what if you expect hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of clients to connect to your application simultaneously? Then a single instance...

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Dec 18, 2023
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In C# applications, null reference exceptions are frequently the cause of problems and runtime failures. Appropriate null checks are necessary to protect your code from these kinds of problems. This article will examine many approaches to doing null checks in C#, go over the recommended approach, and provide examples...

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Dec 16, 2023
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At some point in our careers, many of us have found ourselves working on a project that requires performance tuning The need to write high performance .NET code should come from performance issues or business needs. Today, we’ll take a look at just a few of the ways we can...

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Dec 15, 2023
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My relationship with relational databases relates back to the late 90s. It was part of my first steps with computers and programming, became an essential part of my formal education and studies as a software engineer and constantly followed me through my professional career. I almost crawled through the entire...

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Dec 1, 2023
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Reporting is a common task in business applications, and for that, ComponentOne includes a specialized FlexReport library that allows you to make complex reports. But sometimes, using specialized tools can be too tricky or not flexible enough. For example, if you wanted to generate a report “from scratch” by...

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Dec 1, 2023
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The flight monitor case study: Applying Vertical Slices in a real-world scenario In my last articles I talked about Vertical Slice Architecture and how to organize code in a non-technical way. I showed some simple examples of how to do this in C# using the Minimal API and Blazor in...

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Dec 1, 2023
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  While sometimes there’s nothing to do but crack open that energy drink and grind out an all-nighter, coders tend to work smarter, not harder by finding ways to increase their productivity without sacrificing work quality. No matter what specific industry you work in or which programming language you’ve specialized...

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Nov 30, 2023
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Keeping your C# applications safe and sound. Keeping app secrets safe is always tricky for developers. We want to work on the main parts of the app without getting distracted by secret-keeping. But, the app’s safety is very important. So, what ways can we use to better keep our secrets?...

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Nov 30, 2023
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QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) is a new transport protocol for the Internet that runs on top of User Datagram Protocol (UDP) QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) is a new transport protocol for the Internet that runs on top of User Datagram Protocol (UDP). It is designed to provide a...

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Nov 29, 2023
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The ever-shifting landscape of digital innovation can feel like a relentless race, a whirlwind of challenges and opportunities. Your pains as a developer are real — the pressure to deliver cutting-edge products, stay competitive, and keep up with evolving user expectations can be overwhelming. But what if we told...

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Nov 29, 2023
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Source: InfoQ, 2023 2023 is almost coming to the end. It’s always a good idea to reflect back on what has been the popular topic on Software Architecture and Design over the last one year. In this article, we will discuss some of the common software architecture and design...

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Nov 29, 2023
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Streamline Your .NET 8 Projects with the Power of MediatR and Blazor In this article, I want to revisit how the Vertical Slice Architecture can be used. This article takes an in-depth look at feature slicing and its application to server-side rendered (SSR) .NET 8 Blazor pages without the need...

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Nov 27, 2023
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Use the Bogus library to generate and insert 1 million dummy product data into the SQL Server database We need to create 1 million dummy product data into the SQL Server database, which can be used for development or performance testing purposes. The Project The project is a console application...

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Nov 24, 2023
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This article offers insights and career guidance on data science and software engineer The tech industry offers a plethora of exciting career opportunities, and two of the most in-demand professions are software engineering and data science. While both roles involve working with technology, they have distinct responsibilities, skill sets, and...

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Nov 24, 2023
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Using Tableau to build interactive data visuals Data visualisation is a core skill in any data scientist’s arsenal. The volume of data generated in any enterprise is enormous, and making timely executive decisions relies on having all the relevant data and most current analysis available at your fingertips. In many...

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Nov 22, 2023
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There is a simple solution just around the corner Null as a return value is so easy to implement, but it brings many problems. So people make mistakes. That is part of being human. Sometimes it turns out to be a billion-dollar mistake. “I call it my billion-dollar mistake. It...

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Oct 31, 2023
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In the article, we are going to examine how to optimize SQL queries and improve query performance by using SQL query optimization tips and techniques and many others. Before going towards the main topic of SQL Query optimization, let us first understand the actual processing of query: Query Processing...

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Oct 27, 2023
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The goal of traditional Layered Architectures is to segregate an application into different tiers, where each tier contains modules and classes that have shared or similar responsibilities, and work together to perform specific tasks. There are different flavors of Layered Architectures and there’s no rule that determines how many...

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Oct 27, 2023
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A friend reached out recently regarding the usage of Task Parallel Library (TPL) and ConcurrentBag in some .NET code. I inquired what the code was doing and it turns out that for each entry in some workload, it was performing some database operations and API calls. I immediately wondered if...

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Oct 26, 2023
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Entity Framework Core Features in 2023 EF Core 2023 has rolled out some pretty cool stuff, and I’m excited to share it with you. So, grab a cup of coffee, and let’s get started! 1. Cosmos DB Provider Improvements Azure Cosmos DB and EF Core are like two peas in...

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