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.NET Follow 437 Followers Advanced Architecture for ASP.NET Core Web API by Chris Woodruff Follow 5 Followers Posted on Jun 01, 2018 This article looks into how ASP.NET Core makes it easy to build a modern web API. This enables an implementation that is easy to design, test, and maintain. By using the Ports and Adapter Pattern business logic can be decoupled from API frameworks and data access. 15

.NET Follow 437 Followers Article Series: .NET Core by Chris Woodruff Follow 5 Followers Posted on May 23, 2018 In this series, we explore some of the benefits .NET Core and how it can help not only traditional .NET developers, but all technologists that need to bring robust, performant and economical solutions to market.

.NET Follow 437 Followers Discussions on the Future of .NET Core by Chris Woodruff Follow 5 Followers Posted on May 22, 2018 Five veteran developers discuss the .NET Core platform, where it has been and where it is headed. Read about the strengths and weaknesses of the platform and how its use can benefit your next application.

.NET Follow 437 Followers Performance is a Key .NET Core Feature by Maarten Balliauw Follow 0 Followers Posted on May 06, 2018 .NET Core brings along many optimizations with regards to performance, both in terms of execution speed as well as memory allocation. Examples are optimizations in collections and LINQ extension methods, text processing, networking … There are also new types and concepts, such as Span, that allow doing interesting things. In this article, we will look at how these new concepts can be used.

.NET Follow 437 Followers Azure and .NET Core Are Beautiful Together by Eric Boyd Follow 0 Followers Posted on Apr 29, 2018 ASP.NET Core provides developers a way to develop modern web applications in the environment of their choosing (Linux, macOSX, and Windows). Microsoft Azure gives developers full power to host those web applications in anything from a full VM to a Docker container to Azure's App Service which simplifies management of the host environment. This lets developers focus on code and not servers.

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