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Continue with blog post in the blog series about .NET Core Worker Service. It will be about Messaging with Worker Service using Azure Service Bus.

Blogs

Cars Island Blazor Web App secured by the Azure AD B2C - part 10

LinkedIn: Daniel Krzyczkowski

Twitter: @DKrzyczkowski

10 Exception handling best practices in C#

LinkedIn: Kumar Ashwin Hubert

Twitter: @ashwin_kumar_hu

10 Exception handling best practices in C#
Writing software is a complex task, and it’s quite common to see applications crash due to bad code, bad user input, unavailable resources or unexpected conditions at runtime, and so on. And when this happens, we say an exception has occurred that ca...

EF Core 5: Building on the Foundation

Twitter: @julielerman

EF Core 5: Building on the Foundation
Julie’s pretty excited about the new features in EF Core 5. You will be too when you read about the bugs fixed, over 200 new features (including many-to...

Using a middleware to build a permission-based identity in ASP.NET Core

Twitter: @jotagrassi

Using a middleware to build a permission-based identity in ASP.NET Core
This post is the first in a series about Authorization in ASP.NET Core. I’ll guide you through a series of approaches you can use to implement authorization in your ASP.NET …

What every ASP.NET Core Web API project needs - Part 3 - Exception handling middleware

LinkedIn: Mohsen Esmailpour

Twitter: @moesmp

What every ASP.NET Core Web API project needs - Part 3 - Exception handling middleware
In the previous article, I wrote about API versioning and how to add Swagger to the sample project wi...

The BFF Pattern (Backend for Frontend): An Introduction

LinkedIn: Viduni Wickramarachchi

The BFF Pattern (Backend for Frontend): An Introduction
Imagine a scenario where you need to build an e-Commerce application using microservices. You may have microservices for Customers, Orders, Products, Shopping carts, etc. The microservices will…

Introduction to Benchmarking in C# and ASP.NET Core Projects

LinkedIn: Code Maze

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

How to Scan NuGet Packages for Security Vulnerabilities

LinkedIn: Drew Gillies

Twitter: @drewlgillies

Error handling with ASP.NET Core

LinkedIn: Tobias Moe Thorstensen

Error handling with ASP.NET Core
Lets face it: Exceptions happens, it’s about how we deal with them. There are obviously several ways to propagate the error back to consumers of our api. This article demonstrates my preferred way. I’ve seen a lot of code similar to this: public async Task<SomeClass> GetByIdAsync(Guid id) { So…

Announcing .NET 6 Preview 2

LinkedIn: Richard Lander

Twitter: @runfaster2000

Podcast

Episode 13: DevOps with Dushyant

LinkedIn: Dushyant Priyadarshee and Dan Clarke  

Twitter: @dracan

Episode 13: DevOps with Dushyant
In this episode, I was joined by good friend and ex-colleague, Dushyant Priyadarshee to chat about devops! We covered a lot of ground, from what devops is, to infrastructure as code deployments, to exams and certifications! Dushyant is a Senior Platform Engineer at NewDay. Links from the show Dush…

YouTube

Entity Framework Community Standup - Julie Lerman and EF Core Ask Me Anything (AMA)

LinkedIn: Julie Lerman, Jeremy Likness

Twitter: @julielerman, @jeremylikness


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