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Equality in C#: Part 2 – Value equality

In the previous article of this series about equality in C# I talked about different equality types and then discussed the reference equality. In this…

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Equality in C#: Part 1- Equality types and reference equality

I had an interesting discussion with one of my students regarding equality in C# recently. It all started from a simple question: “how can I…

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Integrating chessboards in your Blazor app

I enjoy playing chess even though I am not a good chess player at all. As a hobby chess player I tried a lot of…

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Working with local storage in Blazor

Working on my GitHubDashboard Blazor application I soon realized that I need to interact in one way or another with the browser’s local storage. If…

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[Post-event: DotNet Summit Belarus] Powerful API gateways with Ocelot and ASP.Net Core

Last Saturday I attended .Net Summit Belarus in Minsk, contributing to the event with a talk on how to build powerful API gateways using the…

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Playing around with headers in Ocelot

Ocleot is an open source product aimed at people using .NET running a micro services / service orientated architecture that need a unified point of…

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Architecting Blazor applications – an Angular approach

In my last article I wrote about a Blazor demo application using the server side hosting model. I promised that a larger series of articles…

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[Post-event: Codecamp Timisoara]: Meet the production ready Blazor

Last Saturday I attended the Codecamp conference in Timisoara and got another opportunity to talk to the local .Net community of my hometown about #Blazor….

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The importance of role models for aspiring software developers

Probably some of you know that I am heavily involve in delivering trainings to people that want to learn programming and didn’t study computer science…

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My favorite C# features

Few days ago I saw a thread on Twitter where developers shared their favorite C# features. It was very interesting to follow the discussions there…

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