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John Ademola

John Ademola is a highly experienced .NET developer with seven years of expertise in developing robust and scalable applications. He has a strong foundation in .NET technologies, including C#, ASP.NET, and .NET Core, and has demonstrated a track record of delivering high-quality solutions. One of the key highlights of their career has been the opportunity to work with a mentor, who has not only guided him through complex technical challenges but also helped him develop a broader perspective on software development. He excels in dynamic and collaborative environments, where he can leverage their technical expertise and mentorship experience to drive innovation and lead development teams toward success. His passion for learning and staying updated with the latest technologies motivates him to continuously improve and adapt to new challenges in the field.
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How to Serialize a PascalCase JSON.NET JObject to camelCase

In this article, we’re going to learn how to serialize a PascalCase JObject to a camelCase format. We will do this in two ways by using the most familiar JSON library in the .NET ecosystem which is Newtonsoft.Json.Β  [sc name="github"...

How to Show the Generated SQL Query in EF Core

Entity Framework Core has many useful features, and in this article, we will see how to use it to show a generated SQL query. EF Core is an open source Object-relational mapper that supports several databases like SQLite, PostgreSQL, MySQL, and also LINQ (Language...

How to Send a JSON Object Using HttpClient in .NET

In modern web development, sending JSON objects over HTTP has become a common practice for exchanging data between clients and servers. In this article, we will explore how to send a JSON object using HttpClient. [sc name="github"...