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Learning Unit Testing in ASP.NET Core

#testing, #aspnetcore

Unit testing simply verifies that individual units of code (mostly functions) work as expected. They allow you to isolate these specific methods/functions and test their behaviors under different conditions and data.

A Tour of Default Interface Methods for C# ("traits")

#csharp, #traits

This is an explanatory summary of the proposed default interface methods feature for C#, intended to lead the LDM through an understanding of the proposed feature, with examples, and to guide the discussion. We present the feature as it applies to methods, but the intent is that is also applies to properties and indexers. For simplicity of exposition, we confine our discussion to methods.

Sorting in .NET

#csharp, #dotnet

This article is dedicated to the implementation of sorting in .NET. It will describe how array sorting works in .NET, its aspects, and will give a small comparison with sorting in Java.

ASP.NET Core pipelines

#csharp, #aspnet, #pipelines

Sometimes, in the web application, you need to perform some task for every request. It could be logging, authenticating users or modifying the response. Every web framework allows implementing this in some way. Today, I would like to show you how to do it in the ASP.NET Core.

Akka.NET #0 – Actor Model Basics

#csharp, #akka, #actors

Actor model concept fascinated me since I’ve heard about it for the first time. It’s been on my todo list ever since and Get Noticed 2017 is great opportunity to give it a try. That’s why there is an actor responsible for almost anything in Me2.0. But, what is an actor, actor model and are benefits of using it in our projects? You’ll find out in a minute.

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