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5 Tricks You Should Know About Visual Studio’s Immediate Window

Visual Studio's Immediate Window opens up the opportunity to do some weird and wonderful things when debugging.

Generating C# .NET Classes at Runtime

There’s been several times in my C# career where I’ve had to generate new class types at runtime. Hopefully writing about it will help others in the same situation. It also means I won’t have to look up the same StackOverflow articles again in the future! Whilst I originally did this in .NET 4.6.2, I’ve provided samples for the newer .NET Core 3.0.

Real-Time Messaging In A Distributed Architecture Using ABP, SignalR & RabbitMQ

In this article, we will build a basic real-time messaging application in a distributed architecture. We will use Abp Framework for infrastructure and tiered startup template, SignalR for real-time server-client communication and RabbitMQ as the distributed event bus.

Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core With CQRS

In this article, We will talk about Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core and it’s advantages. We will also together build a WebApi that follows a variant of Onion Architecture so that we get to see why it is important to implement such an architecture in your upcoming projects.

Exploring top-level statements in C# 9

I wanted to know how is the top-level statements feature in C# 9 handled and what’s actually produced. Although I originally planned to do just a quick test and the look at the IL, I kept testing the feature more and more.