I have been a developer for over 10 years, and I am always looking at new ways to be more productive. May I present you with 6 tips that I have started to adopt that I think have increased my developer skills 1000% (YMMV).
Using async methods/lambdas where they are not expected causes unexpected problems. The typical example I discuss with people is TaskFactory.StartNew() because its an easy way to create Tasks and some people reach for that instead of Task.Run(), but I recently came across some code hitting the same problem while creating threads the traditional way.
This post is provided by App Dev Manager Anant Dimri who shares some helpful Q/A around .NET Core patching strategy.
We know that we can create two types of deployments for .NET Core applications:
- Framework-dependent deployment.
In Part 3 of this 3 part series, App Dev Manager, Herald Gjura describes how to incorporate these libraries into an existing .NET application.
In Part 1 and 2 of this blog series I described how to migrate your old PCL libraries into the .NET Standard ones,
In Part 2 of this 3 part series, App Dev Manager, Herald Gjura covers upgrading the continuous delivery and Build/Release pipeline in VSTS.
- Part 1: Migrating the libraries and project files
- Part 2: Upgrading the Continuous Delivery and Build/Release pipeline in VSTS
- Part 3: Integrating .NET Standard Class Libraries into existing projects (coming soon)
In order for the new .NET Standard Packages to build and release,
In Part 1 of this 3 part series, App Dev Manager, Herald Gjura discusses converting PCL (Portable Class Libraries) to .NET Standard Class Libraries.
I have been working for this client for quite a few years and had advised them to break down some of their key business functionality and features and distribute them as NuGet packages.