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Code Maze Weekly #70

Code Maze Weekly #70

Issue #70 of the Code Maze weekly. Check out the articles we've selected for you this week and enjoy the read. .NET and C# Getting Started with the Roslyn APIs: Writing Code with Code [www.stevejgordon.co.uk] Roslyn is one of the less explored and niche areas of .NET....

Creating Resilient Microservices in .NET with Polly

Creating Resilient Microservices in .NET with Polly

In this article, we are going to look at one of the key challenges with building microservices: resilience. We will look at why the problem exists, and how the .NET library Polly can help us provide a solution to this problem, enabling resilient microservices. [sc...

Code Maze Weekly #69

Code Maze Weekly #69

Another productive week in the .NET community and another weekend getting closer. That means it's time to relax and learn something new. So check out the articles we've selected for you this week and enjoy the read. .NET and C# Resolve Services In ASP.NET Core Startup...

Code Maze Weekly #68

Code Maze Weekly #68

There's a lot to digest this week. Besides the release of the new preview version of .NET 6, there has been a lot of interesting articles on various .NET topics. So, get your favorite brew, sit back, relax and pick your favorite topic to read. .NET and C# Role-based...

Introduction to Benchmarking in C# and ASP.NET Core Projects

Introduction to Benchmarking in C# and ASP.NET Core Projects

In this article, we are going to cover how to benchmark C# code and ASP.NET Core projects. To accomplish this, we are going to set up a benchmarking test on a simple project and then apply the same concept to a real-world kind of application (comparing gRPC and REST)....

Code Maze Weekly #67

Code Maze Weekly #67

This week is jam-packed with excellent articles, so let's jump in. Prepare your favorite brew, relax and pick a topic you like. .NET and C# Razor Pages has Components too don't you know! [jonhilton.net] Jon Hilton talks about an overlooked aspect of ASP.NET Core Razor...

Using HttpClientFactory in ASP.NET Core Applications

Using HttpClientFactory in ASP.NET Core Applications

Up until now, we've been using HttpClient directly in our services. In every service, we've created an HttpClient instance and all the required configurations. That lead to repeating code in all of our service classes. Well, in this article we are going to learn how...

Code Maze Weekly #66

Code Maze Weekly #66

There are a lot of excellent articles to read this week. So much so, we're unable to pick our favorite ones easily. You won't make a mistake by choosing any of the ones listed below, so make yourself comfy and read on. .NET and C# ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection:...

Code Maze Weekly #65

Code Maze Weekly #65

Cold weather, excellent for staying at home and learning new stuff. As winter is kicking in around the globe (at least the Northern hemisphere) we're gearing up and going through many excellent articles that our fellow bloggers have written. .NET 6 preview 1 is...

Code Maze Weekly #64

Code Maze Weekly #64

Another week, another set of excellent articles in our newest newsletter. Time to take a time off your daily job, relax and read some of the quality articles we've been able to prepare for you. Pick your favorite topic, take a sip of your favorite drink and start the...

Code Maze Weekly #63

Code Maze Weekly #63

Not many technologies are exciting as soon as they come out. Blazor was and still is an exciting toy to play with, and we're thrilled to see it grow and that people are adopting it steadily. So give it a chance. Or pick some of the awesome topics we've prepared for...