Many developers are talking about moving functionally to the cloud. One way to speed up processing of data and/or files is to use a microservice. Microservices can fan out processing to almost instantly process many requests at roughly the same time. This will make your users happy since they will get a faster response. For … Continue reading Architecture: Processing Data with Microservices
In show #26 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave I am discussing, "How does management expect productivity when software engineers are stuck in too many meetings?". This really hurts productivity and ends up costing the company a lot of money!" Watch and let me know your comments below or Tweet them to @RockinCodeWorld or … Continue reading New Code Rules – Too Many Meetings!
I'm so happy to announce I will be hosting the worlds first code quality and performance virtual conference that will be streamed by C# Corner Live on June 18th that starts at 10 am EST. I have been wanting to do a conference like this for over 10 years and I'm so excited to finally … Continue reading Code Quality & Performance Virtual Conference – 2021
In show #25 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave I am discussing, "Companies That Don’t Trust Their Employees Is Frustrating And Is A Huge Impediment To Productivity!" Watch and let me know your comments below or Tweet them to @RockinCodeWorld or @realDotNetDave. CALL TO ACTION: Companies, trust is the most important thing in any … Continue reading New Code Rules – Companies That Don’t Trust Their Employees Is Frustrating!
In show #24 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave I am asking the question, "Why Do I Have to Be a git Expert to Use It?" Watch and let me know your comments below or Tweet them to @RockinCodeWorld or @realDotNetDave. CALL TO ACTION: GitHub and Visual Studio, you have the power to make … Continue reading New Code Rules – Why Do I Have to Be a git Expert to Use It?
I’m proud to announce the second version (v2021.5.1.50) of Spargine, my brand new open-source projects, and NuGet packages for .NET 5 and above. I’ve added many new classes, methods, and unit tests! I have been working hard the last few months adding more classes and methods, along with more unit testing and benchmarking. I use … Continue reading Coding Faster With The dotNetTips Spargine NuGet March 2021 Update
Around 7 years ago, I was speaking at a conference, and in between sessions, my mind drifted to how can I teach people what I have learned being a software engineer for 20 years instead of the latest framework or new version of .NET. I set out to do just that since what I wanted … Continue reading 7 Years Later, How Am I Doing?
Join me live on Saturday, April 24th, 2021 at 10:00 PST on C# Corner for season 2, show #22 where I will interview Woody Pewitt, Systems Architect & Problem Solver. Woody has been a close friend of mine since the 90s! We have worked together, ran a user group together and he even drives me … Continue reading Rockin’ The Code World with dotNetDave – Special Guest: Woody Pewitt
Join me live on Saturday, April 17th, 2021 at 10:00 PST on C# Corner for season 2, show #21 where I will interview Carl Franklin, C# Dev, Azure Wonk, Blazor Warrior/Trainer, Musician, and Producer. I'm really excited about this show since I've known Carl since the 90s! I have fun and fond memories of him … Continue reading Rockin’ The Code World with dotNetDave – Special Guest: Carl Franklin
How important is code quality 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 … Continue reading Open-Source Code Quality – Foundatio