Monthly Archives: March 2016

Using the repository pattern

In most applications database access is necessary. In .NET there are 2 main ways of doing this: ADO.NET or using the Entity Framework. Of course there are great 3rd party libraries like NHibernate that do the trick as well, and … Continue reading

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Mocking functionality using MOQ

What is wrong with this code? class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { DateTime dob = new DateTime(1967, 7, 9); int days = CalcDays(dob); Console.WriteLine($”Days: {days}”); }     private static int CalcDays(DateTime dob) { return (DateTime.Today – dob).Days; } … Continue reading

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Handling a “Microservices” Project

I’m currently working on a big application that has been built up using microservices. The application is composed of small(ish) apps that compose the application. The idea is that these small apps work together to create the final application. This … Continue reading

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