.NET Core In-Memory Database

GIGO – Garbage In, Garbage Out. It’s a fundamental concept in software development. However high the quality of our code, if we feed in invalid data, we’ll get invalid results. And when we’re doing unit testing, we are specifically assessing the functionality of our code, not the validity of our data. As far as is […]
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Developing SOLID Code

A Rule of Five Good acronyms don’t always make for good coding, but the SOLID principles come close. They’ve been around a long time, and come from different backgrounds, but they were brought together by Robert C. Martin – also known as ‘Uncle Bob’. While the examples here are in C#, the principles apply to […]
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