In 2019, while I was working on benchmark tests for my new book on code & app performance, I wanted to use “real-world” data types like a person or a coordinate along with methods for creating random words, email addresses, URLs, etc. After I worked on the code, I thought that most of it could … Continue reading Unit Testing with Random Data
In this episode of 256 Seconds with dotNetDave, I show how to help NuGet hell issues in Visual Studio. If you have issues building because of NuGet package errors, this episode will show how to use a Powershell script on how to fix it! This script could also help with DLL issues too. Powershell Script … Continue reading 256 Seconds with dotNetDave (E9) – Fixing NuGet Hell Issues in Visual Studio
The first, live and in person, stop on the dotNetDave No Apologies World Tour will be at the San Diego .NET User Group on May 5th at 6PM. I hope you will join me for this meeting. I will have lots of swag (including some of my books) to give-a-way during my session. I'm excited … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks The San Diego .NET User Group: Learn How To Build a Cloud App!
In today's mobile world, many calls across the internet or network could fail for many reasons. Some of the reasons could be the service is busy, the network is slow and many more. For these types of calls, it’s advisable to retry the call if there is an error. The current code base I am … Continue reading Progressive Retry for Network Calls
There is more to writing a great app than just sitting down and coding. If you are banging out code, most of the day, you are doing it wrong. Coding should be the least (minor) part of being a great software engineer. Here are just a few of the other tasks that should be done … Continue reading dotNetDave Says… Coding Should Be The Least Part of Your Job
Join us for Episode 3 of The Confessions of Angry Programmers podcast! In this episode David and Woody talk about: Dogfooding: David revisits the Netflix app on Amazon Fire TV. WTF Were They Thinking?: David discusses backward software practices. Guest We are joined by our guest Nuri Halperin. Nuri discusses the "The Done Kind Of … Continue reading The Done Kind Of Done with Nuri Halperin
Join us for Episode 8 of The Confessions of Angry Programmers podcast! In this episode David and Woody talk about: Dogfooding: Woody talks about debugging AWS LAMBDA’s. WTF Were They Thinking?: David discusses sites like Sticker Mule testing text messages on unsuspecting live users. Guest We are joined by our guest Adnan Masood. Adnan discusses … Continue reading AI’s Ethical Dilemma with Adnan Masood