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  • July 04, 2021

    Idempotency for Fault-Tolerant Web APIs

    Building a fault-tolerant Web API for distributed systems is challenging because of several distribution pitfalls (process failures, communication failures, etc.). However, Idempotence in Web APIs ensures that the API works correctly even when consumers send the same request multiple times. Are you interested? Read about the IdempotentAPI open-source .NET project and NuGet library.

  • June 04, 2021

    CARE your Web APIs with Consistent and Structured Error Responses

    Would you like your Web APIs to be maintainable, usable and predictable by providing consistent and structured error responses? Do you CARE about your API consumers? If yes, read about the Consistent API Response Errors (CARE) open-source .NET project and NuGet library.

  • May 18, 2021

    Static Code Analysis with NDepend

    Static code analysis provides great advantages, but which tool to choose? Hmmm, let's see if the NDepend tool would be the one. I have used it for a while and I am sharing with you my experiences and a tour in its features.

  • May 04, 2021

    Code Analysis to the Rescue!

    We are eager to create and maintain software projects with quality standards but sometimes, we can be lost along the way, e.g. from tight deadlines. Let’s see how Static and Dynamic code analysis can help us, their limitations, and how to choose the right tools.

  • April 04, 2021

    Let's talk about Blazor, baby!

    Blazor is here for you! Especially for .NET developers that have mostly worked in backend systems or/and in older and sometimes legacy web-frontends (such as WebForms, MVC, HTML + jQuery, etc.) and do not want, or do not have the time to learn a client-side JavaScript framework (such as Angular, React, Vue.js, etc.).