If you don't document your project, then how can developers code it, QA test it and Tech Support assist users? dotNetDave, November 2019 With so many software development methodologies out there, it's important to remember to do proper architecture and document your project BEFORE coding begins. I've seen methodologies come and go and with some … Continue reading dotNetDave Says… Documenting Software Projects
The release of .NET Core 3 last month includes a brand new IAsyncEnumerable interface in the System.Collections.Generic namespace. The Microsoft documentation simply states: Exposes an enumerator that provides asynchronous iteration over values of a specified type.Microsoft Documentation This new interface sounds interesting, so I looked at the code in my open-source assembly to see if … Continue reading Using the New IAsyncEnumerable Interface in .NET Core 3
For the first time, the dotNetDave 25th Anniversary World Tour is coming to the Granite State Code Camp in Manchester, NH on November 2nd! Even though I was born back east (Delaware), I don't think I have ever been to the state. If you live in the area, please let me know what I should … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks the Granite State Code Camp
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Announcing the dotNetTips.Utility for .NET Core Repository
Unit testing is something very important for any project. With that said, I rarely see it done in projects or done correctly. How can you push the code to quality assurance or production without knowing the state of the code? A few years back, I worked on a contract at a company here in San … Continue reading dotNetDave Says… If Your Code Is Hard To Unit Test, You’re Doing It Wrong