Goals for this experiment: HTTP calls that route to /api/… (the API) should return errors in the Problem Details JSON format. We should be able… Read More »Problem Details + Error Handling + .NET Core 3
9/30/2019 4:27:40 PM UPDATE: Apparently, things changed since .NET Core 3 Preview 5 which is when I wrote this post. I’ll update the post as… Read More »Entity Framework Core Navigation Property vs Foreign Key Property — FIGHT!
Microsoft not so recently added support for publishing Visual Studio extensions to the marketplace via a command line interface called vsixpublisher. It’s no coincidence they… Read More »Publishing a Visual Studio extension via command line
When ASP.NET Core 2.1 came out, there’s was a relatively brief announcement about new support for “Problem Details” (RFC 7807).
In this release we added support for RFC 7808 – Problem Details for HTTP APIs as a standardized format for returning machine readable error responses from HTTP APIs.
If you just want a better explanation of problem details, fear not. I read the documentation for you. Read More »What is ASP.NET Core 2.1 API “Problem Details” (RFC 7807)
Who would have thought I’d love a $500 Chromebook as much as I love my $4000 Dell M6800 (32GB RAM, 1.5TB SSD, I7)? I’ve been so productive over the past four days of ownership that I’m honestly pretty frustrated I didn’t fork over the money for this thing earlier. Read More »Chromebook life
I found it useful this year to take some notes as I skimmed through the always interesting Stack Overflow developer survey results. Here’s what I came out with this year: Read More »Thoughts: The Stack Overflow 2017 Developer Survey Results
I dislike titles. Keep reading to find out why. Read More »The difference between a junior and senior level software engineer?
Funny you should ask – I’m known for having a strong distaste for the “full-stack developer” moniker, and I’ve started many a friendly debate on the subject. Read More »What is your definition of a full-stack developer?