From new features like async return types and advice on when to use the latest structures, here’s Microsoft MVP Jason Bock’s top tips for developers currently working with concurrent and asynchronous programming.
Microsoft this week announced the second previews of .NET Core 2.1 and its like-versioned associates, ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core.
Rui Figueiredo describes how you to fully develop an ASP.NET Core application in Linux and create solution files, reference projects and run unit tests.
Dan Curry was a Visual Effects Supervisor, Visual Effects Producer, Second Unit Director, Director and Main Title Designer for Star Trek’s Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise and Next Generation series. He spent 18 years doing Star Trek and pioneering visual and practical effects. On this episode he talks to Scott about his time and inspiration for a number of the props you’ve seen in the show you love! Even better, some of his collection is being auctioned on April 15th, 2018.
The ability to use SQL with Entity Framework Core has always been a cool feature. There’s a new feature in Entity Framework Core that opens the door for whole new set of SQL-related functionality.
Microsoft has open sourced several tools in the pursuit of API-Driven Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery for mobile apps with Visual Studio App Center.
Test Driven Development (TDD), good idea in theory, but in practice? Carl and Richard talk to John Callaway and Clayton Hunt about their success with TDD. At it’s simplest level, TDD is about writing tests first, before coding. In practice, everything …
.NET Core, the reinvention of the Microsoft .NET Framework as an open source, cross-platform development choice, is a key focus of the upcoming features planned for the Visual Studio IDE.
Scott Addie writes a custom LinkButtonTagHelper class which mimics the LinkButton control from Web Forms.