I am sure many companies are slowly doing the migration from web forms in asp.net to MVC with asp.net core and with that migration comes the need for diagnostics or exception logger. In this article is a very simple example for exception logging.
Micro-services is the latest architecture style that everyone is employing. I have noticed some variations on attempts at implementing micro-services and while I can not say these styles are completely wrong I can say that they are not true micro-services. In the article that follows I will be showing some of the drawbacks to these architecture… Read More »
Memory leak within WCF? So yesterday my team had to trace a possible memory issue within our application. We used the built in memory tools within Visual Studio and identified that the ‘leak’ was within our WCF infrastructure. What was strange was that the problem came from the System.ServiceModel.Channels.BufferManager which is native .net code… So how… Read More »
What is this buzz word, Agile? When we think agile we think of software processes and being able to change the direction of R & D or a project at a rapid pace to allow for the customization of software or the development cycle to provide rapid software features to a client through the act of… Read More »
In the following post I will show why you need a dedicated software architect by drawing some parallels to actual architects from the building industry to show why you need a software architect.
Bug in RemoveServerHeader attribute for IIS 10+ There is a bug in RemoveServerHeader for IIS 10+ as documented here. I documented the new attribute in IIS 10 here back in March 2018.
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Below is a very basic and short example of how to read settings from a JSON configuration file in .Net Core.
I prefer to keep my System directives at the top. Unfortunately the default settings is to sort everything alphabetically. To keep your System directives at the top when sorting the using clauses you can enable the following setting.
This is the #1 thing that I switch on when working on a newly installed Visual Studio. The option “Track Active Item in Solution Explorer” always selects the file you have open in the solution explorer.