Rob Janssen

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Tim Deschryver

We as developers can make a lot of code work. But, does this mean we're doing it the "right way"? Sometimes it will be, other times there's a better way. And when there's a better way we're often not even aware of it. There are many reasons for this.

.NET gRPC - deep dive - Irina Scurtu - NDC Oslo 2023

With an increasing need for scalability and performance dictated by the modern web, it becomes harder and harder to choose an API paradigm that is suitable for service-to-service communication. While the classical models still work and have their own merits, some of them rely heavily on documentati

Adding JWT Authentication & Authorization in ASP.NET Core

Check out my courses: Become a Patreon and get source code access: Hello, everybody, I'm Nick, and in this video, I will show you how to get started with JWT Authentication and Authorization in your ASP.NET Core applications and APIs. Vid

Password strength explained

The conclusion of my blog posts on the LastPass breach and on Bitwarden’s design flaws is invariably: a strong master password is important. This is especially the case if you are a target somebody would throw considerable resources at.

YARP: Yet Another Reverse Proxy

Welcome to the documentation for YARP! YARP is a library to help create reverse proxy servers that are high-performance, production-ready, and highly customizable. Please provide us your feedback by going to the GitHub repository.

A (Relatively Easy To Understand) Primer on Elliptic Curve Cryptography

The shrinking role of semaphores []

One LINQ Extension Method You NEED To Know For Cleaner EF Core Queries

Support me on Patreon to access the source code: EF Core is the most popular ORM among .NET developers, and rightfully so. It's common to write LINQ queries with EF Core to execute SQL queries on the database. LINQ can sometimes become verbose when you need to

Problem Details responses everywhere with ASP.NET Core and .NET 7

The Problem Details for HTTP APIs RFC provides a unified, machine-readable and standardized recipe for exposing error information out of your HTTP APIs – which is of course beneficial both for the API authors, as well as the integrating parties. ASP.

Enabling/Disabling Routines in C#

In this session, I'm going to walk you through a quick demo of leveraging [Conditional] capability in C# to enable and disable blocks of code in your program seamlessly and natively. Read more about Conditional here:

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