.Net Core 3.0 is coming: Exciting time ahead for Windows Desktop applications

You can find my all .Net core posts here. .Net Core 3 is coming Microsoft has recently announced the teaser for .Net Core 3 and it is not lesser than any other big brand movies 🙂 .Net Core 3 will mainly focus on Windows desktop applications, specifically Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Framework (WPF), and UWP XAML. So … Continue reading .Net Core 3.0 is coming: Exciting time ahead for Windows Desktop applications

How I resolved the error ‘The reference assemblies for framework “v4.5.1” were not found’: My DevOps journey

Nowadays I am experimenting a lot to implement CI\CD for all our .Net projects along with BitBucket(Git), Jenkins, Sonar, Fortify, Visual Studio 2017 tools, Artifactory, Dev cloud, VMs, Docker and many more. I will post some series of detailed posts for the same in future but just wanted to share the resolution for an error which … Continue reading How I resolved the error ‘The reference assemblies for framework “v4.5.1” were not found’: My DevOps journey

Read config data in .Net Core Test project: .Net Core quick posts part IV

In this post, we will see how to read configuration data in .Net Core Test project. We always need some configurable data which we can change once the application is deployed. Things are bit changed in .Net Core for reading the configuration. Let us see how to do it. prerequisite: Visual studio 2017 community edition, download here … Continue reading Read config data in .Net Core Test project: .Net Core quick posts part IV

API Versioning in .Net Core

You can find my all .Net core posts here. In this post, we will see how to use different options for versioning in .Net Core API projects. Versioning API is very important and it should be implemented in the API project. Let us see how to achieve this in .Net Core. prerequisite: Visual studio 2017 community edition, download … Continue reading API Versioning in .Net Core

Random tips I shared on LinkedIn

Below are some random tips I have shared on my LinkedIn page. It might be useful to you. Microsoft is providing a free DevOps training which includes 8 courses(8-32 hours per course) Just few clicks are required to enroll. Do not miss this awesome training. You need to pay only if you require a certificate … Continue reading Random tips I shared on LinkedIn

The Gatekeeper security pattern: Cloud design patterns part II

You can find my all .Net core posts here. By this post, I am starting the series of post on Cloud design patterns. These patterns are mostly generic and can be used with any cloud provider but in this series, I will mainly focus on the Azure. In this post, we will see one more Security pattern which is Gatekeeper design pattern. … Continue reading The Gatekeeper security pattern: Cloud design patterns part II

Steps to add new field with Code first approach in .Net Core

You can find all .Net core posts here. I have written a post on Code first approach with .Net Core which you can find here. In above post, I have not covered adding an additional new field in the model and migrate it to the database using Code first approach. Let us see that scenario in this … Continue reading Steps to add new field with Code first approach in .Net Core