Collections are one of the most commonly used types in programming. For any program that uses data, you will be dealing with collections. One of the most common things we do is to iterate over the collection to process the data. There are three main ways to iterate over a collection in .NET… for For … Continue reading Performance Tip: for vs. foreach in Microsoft .NET
In the fifth article in this series, I talked about and showed how to code the communications layer for this cloud solution using ASP.NET Core Web API. In this article I’m going to add the user experience (UX) layer to maintain the ad data using ASP.NET Core 3.0 using the new Blazor framework (in preview). … Continue reading Real World Cloud App – From Start to Finish: The User Experience Layer
For the first time, I will be speaking at the DotNetSouth.Tech conference in Atlanta, Georgia on May 13th and 14th. I'm excited to present the sessions below. Rock Your Code: Real World Cloud App From Start to Finish Room: Room 104 @ 2:40pm on May 13th This session will show how I created a cloud … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks The DotNetSouth.Tech Conference
Last year while presenting my Rock Your Code: Code and App Performance in Microsoft .NET session at a conference, one of the attendees asked me if using the When() clause is faster or not when trapping Exceptions. I found the question intriguing, so I set out to do performance testing for his question. Two Ways … Continue reading Performance: Exception Trapping
In the second article in this series, I laid out the architecture and design for this cloud solution. Now it’s finally time to get coding! In this article I will discuss how I designed the data layer using Cosmos DB. To keep a separation of concerns, I will talk about the business entities which is … Continue reading Real World Cloud App – From Start to Finish: The Data Layer
With the short time I have been programming using Amazon Web Services (AWS) I have learned three things... AWS is NOT .NET Framework friendly! They are more .NET Core friendly but don't keep up with the latest version. The AWS .NET SDK needs a lot of work. I've previously wrote about this in my "Is … Continue reading Processing AWS SQS Messages via a LAMBDA
Is code quality important to your team? It should be at the top of the list, not only to make your customers happy, but make your team happier when bugs arise and when features need to be added. Putting quality in your code in the future is a lot more expensive than doing it when … Continue reading Is Quality Part of Open-Source Projects Your App Is Using?