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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.

Custom formatters in ASP.NET Core Web API

By Kirk Larkin and Tom Dykstra. ASP.NET Core MVC supports data exchange in Web APIs using input and output formatters. Input formatters are used by Model Binding. Output formatters are used to format responses.

NIST Announces First Four Quantum-Resistant Cryptographic Algorithms


Rolling your own crypto: Everything you need to build AES from scratch (and then never use it for anything of consequence)

Rolling your own crypto: Everything you need to build AES from scratch (and then never use it for anything of consequence) You often hear the phrase "Don't roll your own crypto". I think this sentence is missing an important qualifier: "...and then use it for anything of consequence".

.NET 6 Minimal API Full Build

In this step by step video we perform a full step by step build of a .NET 6 minimal API. We also contrast and compare it with a MVC API to further understand the differences and similarities between them. Level: Beginner ?? Links ?? ?? GitHub Repository:

New UUID Formats

Workgroup: dispatch Internet-Draft: draft-peabody-dispatch-new-uuid-format-03 Updates: 4122 (if approved) Published: 31 March 2022 Intended Status: Standards Track Expires: 2 October 2022 Authors: BGP. Peabody K.

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