A .NET guideline specifies that an application should never throw a NullReferenceException. However, many applications and libraries do. The NullReferenceException … Continue reading C# 8 & No More NullReferenceExceptions – What about legacy code?
With Visual Studio 15.7 it was planned to have Library Manager available to manage client side libraries with Web applications. … Continue reading Bower or Library Manager?
I’ve three children aged 9, 8, and 2. Just this week I’ve done programming with two classes from my 8 … Continue reading Programming with Children
The HttpClient class can be easily used in a way how it’s not meant to be. While this class is … Continue reading HTTP Client Factory with .NET Core 2.1
On May-25th, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes active. With that many articles available on GDPR, I need to write … Continue reading GDPR Support with ASP.NET Core 2.1
Here’s an overview of the features offered by C# 7.0, C# 7.1, and C# 7.2 – comparing them to previous … Continue reading C# 7.x Features
Microsoft Build 2018 ended – and I’m taking exciting news home with me. Microsoft Build 2018 had great keynotes and … Continue reading News from Microsoft Build 2018