How to use in-memory caching in ASP.Net Core

How to use in-memory caching in ASP.Net Core

Take advantage of in-memory caching in ASP.NET Core to improve the performance and scalability of your application

10/09/17

When to use the volatile keyword in C#

When to use the volatile keyword in C#

How to take advantage of the volatile keyword in C# to ensure that concurrent threads get the latest value of an object

10/02/17

How to perform lazy initialization in C#

How to perform lazy initialization in C#

Use lazy initialization to save resources and improve performance by deferring the initialization of expensive objects until they're requested

09/25/17

How to work with MongoDB in .Net

How to work with MongoDB in .Net

Get started with documents and collections in the popular, open source, NoSQL database using C#

09/18/17

How to work with Elasticsearch in .Net

How to work with Elasticsearch in .Net

Take advantage of the open source search engine using C# to search and analyze your application’s data in real time

09/11/17

How to use the object pool design pattern in C#

How to use the object pool design pattern in C#

Boost application performance by using the object pool design pattern to recycle objects that are expensive to create

09/04/17

How to get started with Akka.Net

How to get started with Akka.Net

Take advantage of Akka.Net to build concurrent, fault tolerant, event-driven applications using the high-level abstractions of the actor model

08/28/17

How to speed your code using CPU caches

How to speed your code using CPU caches

Techniques include using cache-friendly structs provides a huge performance gain

08/21/17

How to use Apache Kafka messaging in .Net

How to use Apache Kafka messaging in .Net

Take advantage of the fast and scalable open source message broker to meet high-volume data processing challenges on Windows

08/14/17

How to (not) use the large object heap in .Net

How to (not) use the large object heap in .Net

Understand why the large object heap in .Net is prone to fragmentation and how to use memory more efficiently

08/07/17

How to log request and response metadata in ASP.Net Web API

How to log request and response metadata in ASP.Net Web API

Take advantage of a custom message handler to log request and response metadata in Web API for debugging, tracing and inspection of the incoming and outgoing calls

07/31/17

How to write performance tests using NBench

How to write performance tests using NBench

Take advantage of NBench to analyze code throughput, memory allocations, and GC overhead in your .NET application

07/24/17

How to make your Web API responses consistent and useful

How to make your Web API responses consistent and useful

A custom wrapper for your Web API responses can provide meaningful information and ensure consistency regardless of success or failure

07/17/17

How to do partial updates to REST API resources

How to do partial updates to REST API resources

Take advantage of HTTP PATCH to partially update resources and transfer less data over the wire

07/10/17

How to use the mediator design pattern in C#

How to use the mediator design pattern in C#

Take advantage of the mediator design pattern to promote loose coupling and simplify the coding of object interactions

07/03/17

How to use correlation IDs in ASP.Net Web API

How to use correlation IDs in ASP.Net Web API

Take advantage of the built-in correlation IDs in Web API to track HTTP requests that flow through multiple back-end services

06/26/17

Understand the .Net CLR thread pool

Understand the .Net CLR thread pool

Knowing how thread injection works in .Net is key to allowing your ASP.Net application to make the best use of system resources

06/19/17

How to work with RabbitMQ in C#

How to work with RabbitMQ in C#

Take advantage of RabbitMQ, an open source, fast message broker to store and retrieve messages in your applications

06/12/17

How to implement the template method design pattern in C#

How to implement the template method design pattern in C#

The template method design pattern allows you to define the skeleton of an algorithm in a base class and defer the details to subclasses

06/05/17

Introducing the ASP.Net Core MVC framework

Introducing the ASP.Net Core MVC framework

The ASP.Net Core MVC framework enables you to build applications that are loosely-coupled, responsive, fast and easier to test and maintain

05/31/17

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