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Microsoft / .NET

Writing to SQL Server

From Learn dbatools in a Month of Lunches by Chrissy LeMaire, Rob Sewell, Jess Pomfret, Cláudio Silva

This article focuses on saving data to the place that SQL Server DBAs feel most comfortable keeping data: a table in an SQL Server database!

You’ll learn different ways to write data to an SQL Server table using dbatools.

A Gentle Introduction to dbatools Commands

From Learn dbatools in a Month of Lunches by Chrissy LeMaire, Rob Sewell, Jess Pomfret, Cláudio Silva

In this article you’ll learn about a few commands and four of the common dbatools parameters: SqlInstance, SqlCredential, ComputerName and Credential.

Implementing an Event-Based Collaboration using HTTP

From Microservices in .NET, 2nd Edition by Christian Horsdal Gammelgaard

Let’s talk about event-based collaboration. This is an important aspect of how microservices interact with each other.

What Is a Microservices Architecture?

From Microservices in .NET, 2nd Edition by Christian Horsdal Gammelgaard Find out exactly what a microservices architecture is in this article. Take 40% off Microservices in .NET, 2nd Edition by entering horsdal3 into the discount code ox at checkout at… Continue Reading →

Distributed ACID Transactions for NoSQL

In this video, Matt takes you on a trip down the NoSQL rabbit hole with the fair warning: Don’t Drop ACID!

Understanding Property Injection

From Dependency Injection, Principles, Practices, and Patterns by Steven van Deursen and Mark Seemann

This article delves into the PROPERTY INJECTION DI pattern—what it is and how, when, and why to use it.

How is C# Compiled?

From Code like a Pro in C# by Jort Rodenburg

This article gives an overview of exactly how C# code is compiled.

Building Reusable UI Components and Web Frontends in C#

From Blazor in Action by Chris Sainty

Getting Started with ASP.NET Core

From ASP.NET Core in Action, Second Edition by Andrew Lock

This article discusses the advantages of ASP.NET Core and why you should (or shouldn’t) choose to use it for your application.

Cross-platform web development with ASP.NET Core

From ASP.NET Core in Action, Second Edition by Andrew Lock

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