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How to debug NuGet Libraries

How to debug NuGet Libraries

A few weeks ago, I started to stream on twitch, and the following question popped out: how can I easily debug my NuGet libraries? On this blog, I have already talked about how you can create and version a NuGet package, but in this post, I want to talk about...
Golden Master Pattern: don’t fear the legacy code!

Golden Master Pattern: don’t fear the legacy code!

Anyone who works in the software development world will have had the need to add features on the legacy code, perhaps inherited from the previous team, and on which you need to make an urgent fix. Many definitions of legacy code can be found in literature, the one...
A look to the future: C# 9

A look to the future: C# 9

In my previous article (part one and part two), we saw the news features introduced in version 8 of C #, but the team is already working on version 9, and we can appreciate some changes. Obviously, at the moment the new features are still under...
Angular 9: what changes and why use it

Angular 9: what changes and why use it

In our job, it’s very challenging to follow the continuous evolution of the frameworks and development tools. In this article, we will see what’s new in Angular 9, why it is a remarkable version, and why it is worthful test it as soon as possible. The expected release...
ElasticSearch: advanced features

ElasticSearch: advanced features

In my last article, we talked about the use of ElasticSearch as a simple full-text search engine, how to install and configure it in a quick way and how to integrate it in our .NET Web application. Today, we are going to show you, still in the context of an...