How to Create a Great User Experience in Any Application – Part 1

The number one feature of any application is the best possible user experience. This applies to any application, such as for Windows, MAC, mobile, web, and even web API's. No matter what type of user will be using the code that you wrote, it’s your responsibility to make them happy and the way to do … Continue reading How to Create a Great User Experience in Any Application – Part 1

Setting Up ASP.NET Core: Response Compression

In one of my conference talks, I ask the attendees this question: What is the #1 performance killer for modern day apps? I get lots of answers, but the actual answer is the internet! I'm not just saying this, I know this to be true. Over 10 years ago, I wrote the first public API … Continue reading Setting Up ASP.NET Core: Response Compression

Dogfooding: Camtasia from TechSmith

In this episode of Dogfooding, I talk about Camtasia from TechSmith, a program for creating video tutorials and presentations directly via screencast. I have been using Camtasia for MAC and Windows for a long time. I show some things that been driving me crazy lately which leads to taking longer to edit videos. With that … Continue reading Dogfooding: Camtasia from TechSmith

My Rock Your Code Books

Dear Followers, As of today, I have removed all of my e-books from Amazon.com. I really hate to do this, especially for those of you that live in a country where it's tough to get my print books. I have been finding PDF versions of my books posted, ILLEGALLY on many sites! If you find … Continue reading My Rock Your Code Books

The World Pandemic is Showing Us Websites Are Still Too Hard to Write

Since the 2019 COVID-19 virus pandemic started, one of the issues that I have seen is how hard it is for governments, non-profit’s, etc. to quickly stand up (get it into production) a website. I’m not talking about blogs, but data-driven sites like the ones that show us the latest infection rate information. The worldwide … Continue reading The World Pandemic is Showing Us Websites Are Still Too Hard to Write

256 Seconds with dotNetDave (E10) – My Workflow Before I Submit Code Changes

In this episode of 256 Seconds with dotNetDave, I will share my workflow on what I do before I submit code changes to source control. This video will explain it in detail. I share this workflow because it makes sure that I rarely get bug tickets from quality assurance and hopefully it will for you … Continue reading 256 Seconds with dotNetDave (E10) – My Workflow Before I Submit Code Changes