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Norman Doors: Don’t Know Whether to Push or Pull? Blame Design.

Some doors require printed instructions to operate, while others are so poorly designed that they lead people to do the exact opposite of what they need to in order to open them. Their shapes or details may suggest that pushing should work, when in fact pulling is required (or the other way around).

System.Threading.Channels library

The System.Threading.Channels namespace provides a set of synchronization data structures for passing data between producers and consumers asynchronously. The library targets .NET Standard and works on all .NET implementations. This library is available in the System.Threading.

Signing Git Commits with Your SSH Key

You may already be signing your Git commits with a GPG key, but as of today you can instead choose to sign with your SSH key! Signing in SSH is a relatively new feature that lets you use your private SSH key to sign arbitrary text and others to verify that signature with your public key.

Deep Dive into Open Telemetry for .NET

Open Telemetry is an open source specification, tools and SDK's used to instrument, generate, collect, and export telemetry data (metrics, logs, and traces). Open Telemetry is backed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) which backs a mind boggling array of popular open source projects.

Validation Attributes vs. FluentValidation | Model Validation | .NET 6

Become a Patreon & get the source code: In this video, we'll learn how to use the built-in validation attributes for model validation and also how we can create custom validation attributes to match our needs. We'll then cover some of the reasons why we might pr

Object Mapping - Mapster | ASP.NET 6 REST API Following CLEAN ARCHITECTURE & DDD Tutorial | Part 7

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#06 "We Put the 'K' in Kwality" — 858D Hot Air Rework Station Safety Mods

TOOL TALK #1 — Not so retro, but relevant. A look at a few safety mods to the popular 858D hot air rework station, especially for the North American plug variant. I don't want to die from electrocution; I want to fix Commodore stuff, so safety first!? Flickr Album (My 858D Safety Mods): https://

Safety Checkout of a 858D Hot Air Rework Station

I bought a cheap hot air rework station off eBay. It's a typical "858D" unit made popular by Atten, WEP, YOUYUE, ZENY, and a dozen other brands. However, the one I got is completely unbranded and I didn't trust its construction. Good thing I tore it apart!This is the unit I purchased: http://www.eba

Announcing Rate Limiting for .NET

We’re excited to announce built-in Rate Limiting support as part of .NET 7. Rate limiting provides a way to protect a resource in order to avoid overwhelming your app and keep traffic at a safe level. Rate limiting is the concept of limiting how much a resource can be accessed.

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