I am announcing the 3rd edition of my book titled Rock Your Code: Code & App Performance for Microsoft .NET, now available on Amazon. I worked on this book for a big chunk of 2022 so I hope that you and your team will find it useful.
The Importance of Removing Unnecessary Expression Values in Code in Microsoft .NET
When coding, it's crucial to eliminate unnecessary expression values in order to improve code quality and performance.
dotNetDave Rocks the Code Quality Conference 2023
The dotNetDave For Those About to Code: Worldwide Tour will be at the virtual Code Quality Conference 2023 on June 2nd. Last year we had over 30K software engineers watch the conference and I hope you will watch it this year to learn how to rock your code to release quality applications and services that meet your user's needs.
Rockin’ the Code World: Special Guest Carl Franklin
Join me on Saturday, July 15th, 2023, at 10:00 PST on C# Corner for show #84 where, for the third time, my special guest will be my good, long-time friend Carl Franklin, Executive Vice President of App vNext. Don't miss this episode!
Globalizing Strings in Microsoft .NET C# with the Multilingual App Toolkit
The .NET team has made it easy and seamless to globalize strings in C#. In this article, I will demonstrate how to do this and introduce you to the Multilingual App Toolkit, which makes string translation fast and cost-effective. It was so simple that I only needed a few hours (including my learning curve) to convert the Spargine Dev Tool to Danish, Hindi, and Spanish.
Spargine: Coding Microsoft .NET Faster with PathHelper
In this article, I will showcase and provide examples of the PathHelper methods available in my open-source software (OSS) called Spargine.
Spargine: Throwing Exceptions Made Easy in Microsoft .NET
Once, while inspecting the source code for Microsoft .NET, I came across the use of a common class to simplify the process of throwing exceptions. Inspired by this concept, I decided to implement a similar approach in Spargine's DotNetTips.Spargine.6.Core assembly, to make it easier for both myself and others to throw exceptions. In this article, I will outline the methods available in Spargine for throwing exceptions, accompanied by relevant examples.
Rockin’ the Code World: Special Guest Alan Hyneman
Join me on Saturday, May 20th, 2023, at 10:00 PST on C# Corner for show #80 where, for the first time, my special guest will be Alan Hyneman, Chief Solution Architect for Interior Climate Solutions (ICS). Don't miss this episode!
Allowing Powershell to run scripts!
Every time I get a new computer or rebuild one and try to run a Powershell script that I wrote, it fails. This always frustrates me since I'm usually an administrator on my own computer. I have no idea why the Powershell app does not make this as easy as a menu item to fix so I will show you the two steps you need to do to fix it.
Coding Faster with dotNetTips.com Spargine 6: May 2023 Release
Exciting news! The release of Spargine 6 (v2023.6.5.1) is now available on NuGet and GitHub. Featuring new classes & methods.
dotNetDave Rocks the Copenhagen Developers Festival 2023
I'm so excited to announce that for the first time, the For Those About To Code: World Wide Tour will be at the 2023 Copenhagen Developers Festival in Copenhagen Denmark! I will present my session: Röck Yoür Cöde: Code & App Performance for Microsoft .NET.
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