I’d like to share the story of how I pivoted my life path towards coding. This post is written from my unique perspective with the vain hope that someone equally as ambitious but as helpless as I was, might leave this page having received some encouragement.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a definitive and far reaching data protection law applicable to countries in the European Union. I’ve decided to read through the law and break down all its key areas and articles that directly impact on our software development processes. I then offer some solutions for each one.
Transferable skills when changing your career to software development, why you already have an edge!
Before becoming a software developer, I use to work in a different industry. Although making the change felt daunting, I was glad to discover that all my previously earned soft skills still had an important place in my new career and have even given me an advantage I did not expect.
The primary role of Ajax is to handle data asynchronously between a web application and server.
Let's check out what's under the hood!
OWIN is a .NET standard for writing web middleware. I had no idea what it was either until I research and wrote this article for beginners who find themselves in a similarly baffled situation.
This article is going to explore the built-in logging framework introduced in ASP.NET Core 3. Microsoft have built up it's logging functionality in ASP.Net Core and there’s plenty of new features to get your teeth into
Dependency Injection is an increasingly popular and prominent design pattern in modern application development.
ASP.NET Core 3.x is platformed on top of the generic host. A versatile object that let's us encapsulates an app's resources at start up and configure dependency injection.
I'm going to share how I configured my generic host with a bare-bones approach you can adapt. It implements logging, autofac and is configurable with appsettings.json.