The last few years in the .NET ecosystem have been confusing, with the launch of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core. I’m clearing up the confusion by keeping it simple and just hitting the key points, rather than going into exhaustive depth on every little detail.Read More›
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Have you ever acquired or written code that has classes that do several jobs? Do the classes have multiple responsibilities? If so, stop…..and refactor ASAP! Please remove the dependencies and break these classes into smaller single purpose classes.Read More›
So you’ve decided to hire a software agency. You’ve come up with an exciting new product you want to build, or a tool to save your business money, and now you just need the software experts. How do you go about finding someone you can trust to build what you need, on time and on budget?Read More›
The entire field of software development moves quickly. While this trait is definitely a part of what attracts me to the field, it can also be a lot of work to improve or keep my skills up to date. All my self-education happens through reading, so I thought it might be useful to share a list of resources that I have found especially useful. You’ll see a variety of software-related topics here, as building software involves much more than just programming.Read More›
The Entity Framework is a fantastic tool that reduces development time on new projects. While it used to take a significant amount of time to write a data access layer, the Entity Framework now handles much of this for you. There are many good reasons to use the Entity Framework, but it requires some care to use properly; poor use can result in substantial performance degradation. I’ve been able to distil the majority of what a developer needs to know about EF performance down to three concepts.