Rob Janssen

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A new wave of analyzers in .NET 8

Analyzers did become an integral part of the .NET ecosystem. Their main responsibility is to find potential code issues and warn you. Often times this comes even with potential fixes you can directly apply. And Microsoft will continue this journey with the upcoming .NET 8 release.

How To Deploy Your Application To Azure Using GitHub Actions | CI/CD Pipeline

Support me on Patreon to access the source code: In this video, I'm going to show you how you can deploy your application to Azure, in an Azure App Service instance, using GitHub Actions. We're going to implement the deployment pipeline as a GitHub Action from

Why I Use The Unit of Work Pattern With EF Core | Clean Architecture

In this video, I talk about how to implement the Unit of Work pattern with EF Core. I discuss what I think are the benefits of using the Unit of Work pattern and what could be some of the drawbacks. Do you consider the Unit of Work an anti-pattern with EF Core? I don't, but I have a good reason why.

MOSFETs Drivers and Bootstrap - Types, Logic Level and More

Get a POKIT PRO: 15% off code: POK-Electronoobs ??Types of MOSFETs we have. Difference between p-Mosfet and N-Mosfet. How to control a half bridge with bootstrap. Why MOSFET drivers are better. Use the IR2104 or IR2101 to control a half bridge

Building a Console App with .NET Generic Host

The .NET Generic Host is a feature which sets up some convenient patterns for an application including those for dependency injection (DI), logging, and configuration. It was originally named Web Host and intended for Web scenarios like ASP.

The Secret New Windows Tool Nobody Is Talking About

Thanks to Mine for Sponsoring: Find out which companies have your data and reclaim it ?? by visiting ? Here is the text version of the flow I made: Power Automate in the Microsoft Store:

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Loving it? Show your support by giving this project a star! This library is designed to work best with nullable reference types feature enabled.

Easy GDPR-safe exception messages with C# interpolated strings

How a brand new C# feature can help with safe, painless, detailed exception reporting. This is largely sensible code, and it works. But what is a user supposed to do if they see an error message like “Failed to read config”? We can make the error a lot more helpful by providing detail:

Stop using the HttpClient the wrong way in .NET

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 why the way you might be using the HttpClient in .NET could be completely wrong and then follow it up by showing

Generating sortable Guids using NewId

In this post I discuss the pros-and-cons of using database-generated integer vs client-generated Guids, and introduce NewId as a way of mitigating some of the downsides of Guids.

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