The dotNetDave No Apologies World Tour will be at the Azure Virtual Conference on August 8th at 2 pm EST. I hope you will join me at this meeting. I'm excited to present the session below. Röck Yoür Cöde: Real World Cloud App From Start to Finish This session, updated for 2020, will show how … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks The Azure Virtual Conference: Learn How To Build a Cloud App!
Recently, I was looking at the source code for Entity Framework Core and found a few interesting extension methods for the StringBuilder class. So I moved the ones I liked to my open-source project called dotNetTips.Utility.Standard.Extensions and is part of the NuGet package too. Appending Bytes If you want to combine an array of byte … Continue reading Coding Faster with the dotNetTips Utility: StringBuilder Extensions
Join us in this episode of Ask Me Anything Series on July 4, 10:00 am PST with David McCarter as he brings his years of experience as a professional software developer to talk about code quality, code performance, and a lot more. ABSTRACT Ask dotNetDave anything! David McCarter is a Microsoft MVP, C# Corner MVP, … Continue reading Live Event: Ask dotNetDave Anything!
After over 20 years, I've decided to start recognizing the third-party components and add-ins to Visual Studio that I use just about every day and swear by. The first is the only refactoring tool that I have used for Microsoft .NET called CodeRush for Visual Studio by Developer Express Inc. (DevExpress.com). I have tried others, … Continue reading dotNetDave Approved: CodeRush for Visual Studio
If you are new to .NET, or not, you should check out the new YouTube channel. There are lots of channels like Microsoft Developer, Xamarin Developers, .NET Foundation, Visual Studio, Azure DevOps, Microsoft Mechanics, and more.
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
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
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
The first, live and in person, stop on the dotNetDave No Apologies World Tour will be at the San Diego .NET User Group on July 7th at 5:30 pm. I hope you will join me at this meeting. I will have lots of swag (including some of my books) to give-a-way during my session. I'm … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks The San Diego .NET User Group: Learn How To Build a Cloud App!
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