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If you’re writing software targeting .NET then there’s a good chance you’re using Object-Oriented principles to do your work. In the process you may run into design patterns which you find yourself often repeating. Some of these patterns start as an abstract need such as “I want to log what my code is doing”.
Below you can find a chart demonstrating the paths that you can take and the libraries that you would want to learn to become an ASP.NET Core developer. I made this chart as a tip for everyone who asks me, "What should I learn next as an ASP.NET Core developer?"
Recently a client called me about an issue where one of their production servers would run out of memory, every other week. The application in question was a .NET Framework 4.5 Windows service, that runs in an Azure VM, and ever so often it would become unstable and start causing trouble.
I’ve been porting the Noda Time source code to use the new C# 8 features. The master branch of the repo is currently the code for Noda Time 3.0, which won’t be shipping (as a GA release) until after C# 8 and Visual Studio 2019 have fully shipped, so it’s a safe environment in which to experiment.
In this article, we learn how to secure ASP.NET Core MVC Applications against top 10 attacks given by OWSAP (Open Web Application Security Project) in step by step way.