This is the first in my series of blog posts that will describe major changes to coding if you are trying to convert from the .NET Framework to .NET Core. First up, getting the folder the app should use to save data. In the .NET Framework it was really easy by doing the following: public [...]
Today, I was trying to create a diagram in SQL Server to setup table relationships. I kept getting an error. I gave my user owner rights on the database but that still did not work, until I found this: EXEC dbo.sp_changedbowner @loginame = N'sa', @map = false This fixed it!
I've released a brand new video of my conference session titled "Rock Your Microsoft .NET Coding Standards" on demand. This video has lots of new tips, tricks and guidance. To see this session, live and in person click here to check out my conference schedule. Rock Your Microsoft .NET Coding Standards from David McCarter on [...]
I've just released by brand new conference session "Rock Your Development With A Real World Example" on video-on-demand. This video is for you if you want to see how I implemented proper architecture in Microsoft Azure. To see this session, live and in person click here to check out my conference schedule. Rock Your Development [...]
I've just released a brand new version of my Rock Your Technical Interview conference session on video-on-demand. It's packed full of new tips for 2017! To see this session, live and in person click here to check out my conference schedule. Röck Yoür Technical Interview from David McCarter on Vimeo. Save 50% if you purchase [...]
For a number of years now the theme for all of my conference talks has been “Demand Quality In Software You Use, Demand Quality in Software You Write, Demand Quality In Yourself!”. My only goal with my sessions for the foreseeable future is all wrapped around this idea for these reasons… First, as a contractor, [...]
This in an post I've been working on for months. I hope you will check it out over at C# Corner. Please make comments below or on C# Corner.