A little bit of context first
Hi everyone. A couple months ago as I was building the CoinzProfit API, I ran into a weird issue with MemoryCache. In order to avoid hitting too often the various APIs CoinzProfit depends on like Coinbase’s, I decided to implement caching. Indeed, a cache allows keeping user calculated profits and various currency rates without having to fetch data too often. In order to save on costs since the app is free and has no ads, I used .NET Core in-memory caching.Continue reading “Did you notice a MemoryCache problem with decimal precision?”
Today I am going to do something I have not done before. A couple months ago I was contacted by NDepend to play around with their software. I did not check but there is probably a fair amount of software reviews out there. Hence why I will try an hopefully different approach. A noob approach. I’ll read the promise from the software to review and just dive into it without any sort of guidance. Let’s call it Noob Review. Yep, that’s how you create a series that might or might not live longer than a post.Continue reading “NDepend’s static code analysis: Noob Review”
Continuous delivery. You may recall that in my previous post I announced that today’s entry would be revolving around continuous integration. And technically it can count as such since we will cover continuous integration along the next step. That next step is continuous delivery. If you are not familiar with these terms and the concepts behind them I will sum them up briefly.
Basically, continuous integration allows verifying that your codebase still builds and passes tests passing whenever you push changes. Add a trigger to deploy your code to production upon success and you pretty much have the idea around continuous delivery.Continue reading “Continuous delivery for free using Docker, CircleCI and Heroku”
This tutorial is an introduction to .NET Core CLI tools. More precisely it is about creating a web API using the CLI tools provided for .NET Core. Whether you are a beginner in development or just new to .NET Core this tutorial is for you. However, you need to be familiar with what an API is and unit tests to fully enjoy this tutorial. Today, we will set up a solution grouping an API project and a test project.Continue reading “.NET Core CLI Tools: Build a web API in 10 minutes”
Test, four letters, one meaning and for some people a struggle. Getting people around you to write tests is easy only when everyone already agrees with you. As often, there are instances where some people show resistance to writing tests. Here is the stuff I hear the most from them:
Continue reading “My Musketeers for DotNet Test driven development”
D: I don’t have time to write tests.
A: I don’t need to test this.
B: I can’t write a test for this.