As part of the overhaul of everything Visual Studio and .Net Core, there is an overhauled testing framework. Microsoft has been informally calling the MSTest V2. The most exciting part of this is the fact that we’ve finally have Assert.ThrowsException and its async counterpart Assert.ThrowsExceptionAsync as part of the framework. Unfortunately, MS didn’t completely abandon […]
SaaS->PaaS->IaaS is often a matter of perspective. Here’s how that perspective influenced my decision on how to host this site.
In my last post, I briefly mentioned the new C# feature known as local functions. I’ll write a bit about them here to get the word out a bit more and give me a reason to spend more time with them.
The second feature listed in What’s new in C# 7 is Tuples. This is actually a wholly new feature that reinvents the tuple for .Net. The old Tuples are still there as you will see. I’ve always appreciated the idea of tuples, but the existing System.Tuple was inelegant to say the least. The new and
I just saw a Harvard Business Review article “Are You Solving the Right Problems?” (thanks Marty for sharing that) that made me want to share my go-to story on requirements gathering and focusing on the need rather than the solution.