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Hi, I really liked this tutorial and learned a lot. I am going to implement .NET Core Razor Pages, using the knowledge from the above tutorial! 🙂
I also liked very much the Angular Material tutorial, as I downloaded the pdf book, and it works!
I really appreciate your effort!
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Having said that, I am concerned that these series may NOT be available in the future and I cannot refer back to them. Is there a way for me to download the materials for safekeeping. I love all the series in Code Maze.
I am learning to be a full-stack developer; therefore, I want to focus on building an application from back-to-front (EF Core using Fluent API with the repository pattern –> Restful Web API –> Angular or React)
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ASP.NET Core Web API – Logging With NLog
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As a C# engineer, I found your website to be really good in terms of quality, understanding and don’t know how but you usually release with the weekly newsletter 1 or 2 concepts that I must modify/create that week.
Keep the good work please (love design patterns, specially Fluent builder with recursive generics ).
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I just wanted to say that the content of Code Maze is excellent and very informative! I just read through the repository pattern post which taught me a better way to implement the pattern. Keep up the good work!
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Awesome and Very useful article
The article on .NET Core SignalR is very useful and practical. It is useful in case we need to send notifications from the server to the client. I am using this program as one of my requirements.
Thanks. Keep posting such useful articles.
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say thank you so much for this series!!!
For a rookie struggling to sort out .NET MVC Core (coming from ColdFusion) this has got to be one of the best tutorials I have lucked on finding.
Thank you for doing this.
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I had the good fortune to work with some of your bloggers in the early days of my professional career.
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Kindly start video tutorials
Your articles on the latest programming technologies are mind-blowing. It’s a request to kindly make videos of the articles/topics (as well) that you publish on your site.
I am a fan of your site. Keep up the good work.
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There are also quite a few articles that are suitable even for senior programmers.
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Essential .NET Resources
After reading a lot of articles from this website, I bought the book ASP CORE API.
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Because of that, I also bought their video course about the new technology Blazor. I didn’t start yet but I’m sure it is the same quality. And I will be able to make a front end for my API.
I’m currently very interested in craftmanship. That why I try to learn about DDD and TDD. If I have a request for Code Maze, it would be to write resources as the resources I talked about above about DDD and TDD in .NET.
Thank you very much.
Appreciation for Code Maze Series for C#
I came across the Code Maze site just a few days ago and felt that I should have found it much earlier.
I have read your C# Series – Basic and Intermediate and was really impressed with Technical precision and simplicity.
I am in software development for the last 30 years, starting from assembly language to today’s .NET, .NET Core , C# etc.
Please keep on writing and enrich our technical expertise.