Issue #108 of the Code Maze weekly.
Happy New Year! Check out what’s new this week and enjoy the read.
.NET and C#
- Building ASP.NET Core and EF Core multi-tenant apps – Part1 [www.thereformedprogrammer.net]
Awesome series to start the New Year with. Multi-tenant applications are widely used and Jon P Smith is going to teach us how to do it through a series of articles.
- Integrating Long Path Names in Windows .NET Applications [weblog.west-wind.com]
Almost everyone is familiar with that annoying maximum path length limit on Windows. Here are a few ways we can overcome it by Rick Strahl.
Other Great Reads
- Unblock files received from email or the internet in C# [csharphelper.com]
- Copy folder structure in C# [csharphelper.com]
- Secure a Blazor WASM ASP.NET Core hosted APP using BFF and OpenIddict [damienbod.com]
- Customising generated code with marker attributes: Creating a source generator – Part 4 [andrewlock.net]
- Create Context-based Programming Models with .NET 6 [khalidabuhakmeh.com]
- What are Abstractions in Software Development [ardalis.com]
- 226 – Mary & Tom Poppendieck: Software Engineering [6figuredev.com]
News & Updates
- AutoMapper 11.0.0 released [jimmybogard.com]
- MediatR 10.0 Released [jimmybogard.com]
- The Future of OData (OData NxT) [devblogs.microsoft.com]
- Announcing .NET MAUI Preview 11 [devblogs.microsoft.com]
- Visual Studio 17.1 Preview 2 is now available! [devblogs.microsoft.com]
Other Interesting Articles
- CQRS & Event Sourcing Code Walk-Through [codeopinion.com]
On Programming & Life
- How To Handle Finances as a Freelance Developer (Tips, Apps, and More) [simpleprogrammer.com]
- The Top 10 Software Development Trends To Watch In 2022 [simpleprogrammer.com]
- Coaches and Mentors for Engineering Managers and Engineering Leaders [blog.pragmaticengineer.com]
Weekly Dose of Humor
- When they send us to the client’s office to understand the reported bugs [thecodinglove.com]
- When my code passes the audit successfully [thecodinglove.com]
- When I finally solved all my assigned tickets [thecodinglove.com]
- When the intern asks me if a semicolon is required after a drop table statement [thecodinglove.com]