October 15, 2017
This post is about ASP.NET Core best practices post. We will talk about some of the best practices while working with ASP.NET Core. It is a collection of tips and tricks, different strategies and approaches to make your code and project easier to maintain. Also, it will be more pleasant to work on the project. These include the ways to organise the solution, project, pieces of code, tips for writing tests and other things that developers deal with.
October 14, 2017
When you build your .NET Core project, NuGet packages are retrieved from nuget.org by default. Sometimes, however, you might want to use a local NuGet repository. For example, you may want to: use private NuGet packages, but you don’t want anyone except your associates to see them. cache a NuGet repository at a server near …
October 13, 2017
Please welcome Rider 2017.2 RTM: this year’s second major update to the new .NET IDE. For a recap, here are the highlights of this Rider update: Support for .NET Core 2.0: you can now edit, run, debug, test, navigate and … Continue reading →
October 12, 2017
Hello World, I am Armand Jordaan a full stack C# developer, who blogs about all things .Net and open source I also cover both backend and front end technologies
October 11, 2017
This article provides an idea to design an application around Azure Cosmos DB. The application uses DocumentDB APIs consumed in ASP.NET Core Web APIs and an Angular 4 client.
October 10, 2017
.NET Standard is an API specification that defines what Base Class Libraries must be implemented. .NET Core is a managed framework optimized for building console, cloud, ASP.NET Core, and UWP applications. Each managed implementation (such as Xamarin, .NET Core, or the .NET Framework) must implement their BCL according the .NET Standard.
October 09, 2017
Introduction I have been surprised how many people are not aware of Microsoft\'s open source shift over last 8 years.
October 08, 2017
This article is about how to work with structured logging in ASP.NET Core and Serilog
October 07, 2017
Zero Garbage Collector for .NET Core – TooSlowException Performance, architecture, Software Craftmanship... Home About AUTHOR 10 years of developer's live. Big .NET enthusi
October 07, 2017
A first-hand look from the .NET engineering teams
Senior .NET Engineer
You will be working in a large US-oriented company that puts as a priority: security, performance, and stability. The candidate will work on pushing a huge number of changes (several thousand per sec) to several thousand clients in a near real-time manner.
Middle strong .NET developer
Our customer is an American company that develops software for businesses to help manage their networks, systems, and information technology infrastructure. The company provides purpose-built products for IT professionals, MSPs, and DevOps pros.
Junior .NET Developer
We are looking for a Junior .Net developer for being involved in to further development of the B2B platform for IT companies. You'll work on mostly back-end tasks closely with a Senior level developer.
Senior Xamarin Developer
The ideal candidate will have released multiple Xamarin apps commercially and will have a proven track record working as part of a cross functional scrum team. We are seeking proactive, technology focused individuals with best in class development principles. On this team, coding is only part of what we do. Our real focus is on delivery, with backend, frontend and QA working closely together to create, deploy and test solutions. Our solutions will be deployed to a variety of complex environments and used by thousands of hospital patients and staff worldwide. Expect a rewarding and challenging experience.
Middle / Senior Full-Stack .NET developer
The project aims to change the shape of the healthcare market making it easier to find affordable services.