I recently wrote a blog on the performance of various object-object mappers, but it turns out my tests weren't quite fair and equal at that point. Having updated the relevant mapper classes and re-measured, here are my results.
Because libraries written for .NET Standard can run on multiple platforms – with more to come in the future – it's worth considering how or if they run in partially trusted environments. Having implemented support in both ReadableExpressions and AgileMapper - here's pointers on how.
The first in a series of posts comparing a subset of the available mappers. This blog is on that favourite thing we're not supposed to obsess too much about (in programming) - performance.
Regular readers of my blog (maybe even both of you) will have seen sporadic references to ‘my pet mapper project’. It’s now – finally! – in a beta stage I’m happy to talk about.
There is a style of technical interview question which I think is more or less pointless. Here's some examples, with what I think is a question worth asking instead.
Bowing to vast, popular demand (one comment), I've now put an installer for the ReadableExpressions Debugger Visualizers on the Visual Studio Gallery.
I recently finished a small website using ASP.NET Core and MVC 6 - I only scratched the surface of the framework, but here's some gotchas and things I picked up along the way.
There are various tell-tale signs when a system is missing an object, and I spotted some of them recently while writing the ReadableExpressions library. Here's how.
A friend of mine works at a company where the scrum process is gradually being phased out. Why is it happening, and what are the consequences?
Following on from my look at the non-critical errors NDepend 6 told me about on my project, here's a look at the more serious stuff - the critical errors.
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