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This is my new blog, set up with GitHub Pages and Jekyll. This was on my plan for a long time, and finally I found some time to research and fix this. I want simple and basic platform, where I can...

In this post, I’ll elaborate on the case when you need to mark an item as default for a given entity’s collection. Let’s assume we have Customer and Address entities, and each customer may have mor...

I had a strange experience with my Microsoft account a couple of days ago. My personal Microsoft account got entangled with the newly created Azure AD (work/school) account, and I no longer could u...

Events are a powerful concept and they’re quite a useful mechanism in various scenarios. They enable us to notify other parties of our internal activities, simply put, broadcasting our actions. We ...

You can find the code and the full sample here. Immutability is a trendy topic nowadays. The immutable constructs can be handy and can offer many benefits in different scenarios. They can signific...

Today I’ll be talking about caching and various ways to implement the same. We’ll also show how to invalidate the cache on demand if using Entity Framework. The caching feature is almost mandatory...

I just recently published a Nuget package that offers some extensions to the .NET Core’s built-in DI container, practically extensions to IServiceCollection. The extensions provide the ability for ...

Not rarely we require to apply some basic auditing information for our entities. Although we may configure full audit features on the Database side, sometimes it’s handy to have this information as...

I’ve been asked this question very often, especially by the new developers. So, let’s try to explain the term and clear some misconceptions. The term is being popularized with the adoption of DDD (...

I recently decided to change my blogging platform. I simply want to focus on writing new content, and not deal with the peculiarities of different CMS tools. Ideally, I wanted the whole content to ...