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SQL Server Temporal Tables Advanced Query Strategies In parts one and two of this series we learned how to create or convert a temporal table and basics on how to query history. Once you start using temporal tables it doesn’t take long before you are pushing the...
Unit testing NGRX Selectors (including routes) This is the third article in my series on NGRX selectors. It will touch on how to unit test the NGRX selectors created in my previous articles: Top 5 Ways to Misuse NGRX Selectors A Complicated NGRX Selectors Example This...
17 Of The Best VS Code Shortcuts You Didn't Know You Needed Introducing a curated list (with gifs) of the best VS Code shortcuts I use every single day! Keyboard shortcuts, or hotkeys, are the best. The absolute best. Not only do they save you time, but they keep you...
Exploring Entity Framework Core 5
- .NET Framework
- .NET Core
- ASP.NET Core
- WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation)
- UWP (Universal Windows Platform)
- ML.NET (Machine Learning .NET)
- and Entity Framework (EF) Core.
Microsoft Is Changing The Release Strategy
Microsoft is changing its release strategy for .NET. After .NET 5.0 is released, they will continue to release a new major version every year in November. Microsoft is also changing its support strategy for .NET with Long Term Support (LTS) versions. Read the article to find out more.
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Principles of Good Software Design
Author: Tim Star – Intertech Consultant
Software design is the most important phase of the software development cycle. Thinking about how to structure code before you start writing it is critical. Changes and updates will inevitably arise. Good software design plans and makes allowances for added features, algorithm changes, and new integrations.
C# Tutorial: Understanding C# Events
Author: Davin Mickelson – Intertech Instructor
In this C# event tutorial, I will explain how delegates are the foundation for C# events and show the two primary delegates that Microsoft has given us for creating our own events. I will also show you how to subscribe to your own events and even pass data back to the event handlers.
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