Here is a dumb question that you probably never asked yourself: What is the minimal amount of bytes we need to store in a .NET executable to have the CLR print the string"Hello, World!" to the standard output?
Some useful built-in Entity Framework features that I discovered along the way, which have helped me.
So you’ve decided to build your new web app using Blazor. You’ve heard good things, about how productive your fellow developers are now they’ve jumped on the Blazor bandwagon, and you want to join.
I won't claim that the version described in this blog post is the fastest on earth, and so the goal is more educational and about SIMD empowering: if you are not familiar with SIMD code or you feel intimidated about using them, please don't. They are fun to use and they can often give this satisfaction of a 10x performance boost.
Customizing the behavior of an HTTP request is easy: you can use a middleware defined as a delegate or as a class.
I’m a preacher for the CQRS, Vertical Slices, and Feature Folders. I won’t hide that, and I won’t even try. I believe that structuring code based on the business feature helps deliver business value, thanks to an increased focus on the domain and reduced cognitive load.