RITVN bi-weekly newsletter
A week or two have passed with so many interesting things happening that we could hardly have time to catch up. But no worries because we are here to collect the most interesting pieces for you! Please follow us for bi-weekly digest.
- Highlight this week: Marc Gravell from StackExchange’s architect team has a excellent series about Pipelines in .NET core, and why it is so fast. A must read for performance geeks.
- Span and Memory are hot stuff again
- This Twitter’s thread, started by David Fowler of the .NET team, discussed about a subtle performance issue that many developers could suffer from. Remember to check out all the replies from many big names in .NET world: Performance issue with reading from Request.Body to a string
- What is it that Makes a Microsoft Executable a Microsoft Executable? An Attacker’s and a Defender’s Perspective
- Azure has many monitoring features. Problem? Managing them could be a tremendous job. Check out Unified alerts in Azure Monitor for tips to unify them.
- Do you ever have a need to get a memory dump of an Azure App Service? Jeff Sanders has a tip for you
- If you love to learn about .NET at low level, check out .NET JIT and CLR - Joined at the Hip
- When Martin Fowler speaks, we listen! And this time, he has a new book about NoSQL.
- Coding guideline for C#
- Who doesn’t love free video tutorials about Architecting Distributed Cloud Applications?
- Opinion: Forget about Clean Code, let’s embrace Compassionate Code. Warning: this post started with some disagreement on political point of views, so it could be a hard read for you.
- Are you taking note with pen and pencil or with your electronic device? A study suggests that the old fashioned way works better
- For those who love to put TODO in your code (I do!), this one is for you
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