Announcing the 6th edition of my coding standards book for Microsoft .NET! Newly updated for .NET Core 3.1 and .NET Framework 4.8. This book is a compilation of common Microsoft .NET coding standards in use today. In the past, for languages like Visual Basic, Microsoft published coding standards in a single document that developers could … Continue reading New Book Release! Rock Your Code: Coding Standards for Microsoft .NET
Since 2014, all my conference sessions have been wrapped around code quality. It has always been very important to me and I try to include a lot of that concept in my coding standards book. Since that time, I have asked developers to participate in an online survey to see how they implement coding standards … Continue reading What Can Be Done to Make Code Quality Better?
2019 has been a big year for dotNetTips.com and dotNetDave (me)! I released a new book titled Rock Your Code: Code and App Performance for Microsoft .NET early in the year and then released the second edition in September when the new version of .NET was released. I also released a new edition of my … Continue reading The Year in Review (2019)
Since companies, like Microsoft, are using AI/ Machine Learning to analyze code, I thought I'd share one of my favorite scenes from season 6 of the HBO show Silicon Valley. Very funny!
Visual Studio by default does not set all the appropriate options to help you write rock-solid .NET Core code. Below are the recommendations that your team should use for C# projects. All the following recommendations are for Visual Studio 2019. If you have an older version, most of this should still apply. To learn the … Continue reading Properly Setting Up .NET Core Projects
Visual Studio by default does not set all the appropriate options to help you write rock-solid code. I will show the recommendations that your team should use for C# projects. All the following recommendations are for Visual Studio 2019. If you have an older version, most of this should still apply. More information, including suggestions … Continue reading Properly Setting Up .NET Framework Projects
Did you know that software engineers like myself who travel to speak at conferences, lose a lot of money? I have previously written about it in this post: Did You Know Most Speakers At Software Conferences Don’t Get Paid? I estimate I lose around $1,300 per day, including travel days. I want to come to … Continue reading Help Support The dotNetDave 2020 Conference Tour