Rob Janssen

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What are the lesser known but useful data structures?

There are some data structures around that are really useful but are unknown to most programmers. Which ones are they? Everybody knows about linked lists, binary trees, and hashes, but what about Skip lists and Bloom filters for example.

HTTP Toolkit

Wow. I switched from AdvancedRestCient and mitmproxy to @HttpToolkit and my life has just changed. I'm noticing additional traffic from my printer I didn't notice with mitmproxy. The configuration is also much more easier to achieve. I've never been a fan of Postman or Insomnia.

in (Generic Modifier) (C# Reference)

For generic type parameters, the in keyword specifies that the type parameter is contravariant. You can use the in keyword in generic interfaces and delegates. Contravariance enables you to use a less derived type than that specified by the generic parameter.

A fast, fun and stimulating object to object Mapper

Writing mapping methods is a machine job. Do not waste your time, let Mapster do it. Mapster creates the destination object and maps values to it.

Frequency analysis on hundreds of billions of reports at Report URI: Bloom Filters

Have we seen this report before? It sounds like a simple question to ask of a service that collects and processes hundreds of millions of reports per day, and in many ways it is, but in some ways it isn't.

Meet Uptime Kuma, a Fancy Open Source Uptime Monitor for all your HomeLab Monitoring Needs

You've spun up lots of self-hosted services in your HomeLab but you haven't set up monitoring and alerting yet. We'll be glad you waited because today well set up Uptime Kuma to do just that. Uptime Kuma is a self-hosted, open source, fancy uptime monitoring and alerting system. It can monitor HT

Localizing ASP.NET Core 5 APIs (Statically Typed!)

Localization has been around since the early days of .NET and has evolved greatly with the release of ASP.NET Core. In this post we’ll explore the mechanisms and tools the ASP.NET Core Framework provides developers for localizing ASP.NET Core 5 APIs.

How to Design a Scalable Rate Limiting Algorithm

Rate limiting protects your APIs from inadvertent or malicious overuse by limiting how often each user can call the API. Without rate limiting, each user may make a request as often as they like, leading to “spikes” of requests that starve other consumers.

.NET Microservices – Full Course

In this step-by-step tutorial I take you through an introduction on building microservices using .NET. As the name suggests we build everything completely from start to finish –with the full scope of the course outlined in the time-stamp section below. However, at a high-level we’ll cover: •


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