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Message Queues are now fairly prevalent—there are so many of them showing up so fast you'd think they were rabbits with an unlimited supply of celery, resulting in an kafkaesque situation where making a decision is like trying to catch a stream in your hands.Time Series Smoothing - Making aberrations stand out
Time series is a collection of numerical data points (often measurements), gathered in discrete time intervals, and indexed in order of the time. Common examples of time series data are CPU utilization metrics, Temperature of some geolocation, New User Signups of a product, etc.An Introduction to Channels in C#
Channels give us a way to communicate between concurrent (async) operations in .NET. Channel<T> was included in .NET Core 3.0 (so it's been available for a bit over a year now).Design Patterns Explained with Food ??
This repository was made as a way to demonstrate and learn using moderately realistic examples of the Gang of Four Design Patterns (Design Patterns - Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software) by Gamma, Helm, Johnson, and Vlissides.C# with CSharpFritz S2 E5 - Get Started with OpenAPI and gRPC with ASP.NET Core
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Most issues in software development usually arise from poor, inconsistent knowledge of the domain at hand. A topic apparently as simple as time representation, serialization and management can easily cause a number of problems both to the neophyte and to the experienced programmer.CoreWCF/CoreWCF
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When something goes wrong in a single application, we get a nice stack trace. In a distributed system, we get almost nothing! We add some logging, but now we have to comb through logs to understand what led to failures. Enter distributed tracing, which provides a true end-to-end view of an operationThe Background on Background Tasks in .NET Core - Scott Sauber
Need to run a task in the background in .NET Core? There are lots of scenarios for background tasks ranging from a task that runs for a long time, reading messages off of a queue, or perhaps an operation that needs to be retried multiple times if it fails, and many other scenarios in between. While
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