Investing in your ability to learn is much more important than investing in any particular language, tool, or technology. Avoid the hype and learn how to learn by constantly learning.
This blog post starts with a useful browser add-on, and then delves into command-line tools, load testing, conformance verification, development libraries and packet decoding for HTTP/2.
This post is about tag helpers, another feature new to ASP.NET MVC 6. Let's take a look at what tag helpers have to offer.
This article shows how to document your MVC 6 API using Swagger with Swashbuckle. Per default, it does not use your xml comments in the code and this needs to be configured if required.
Anyone who has worked on a large enough codebase knows that technical debt is an inescapable reality: The more rapidly an application grows in size and complexity, the more technical debt is accrued.
Machine learning works spectacularly well, but mathematicians aren’t quite sure why.
Much like baking a Christmas cake, designing for the web involves creating an experience in layers. Starting with a solid base that provides the core experience (the fruit cake), we can add further layers, each adding refinement (the marzipan) and delight (the icing).
When you think of open source software, you might think of a few specific projects depending on your area of interest. If you work on web applications, the term "open source" might conjure up visions of Apache or Node.js; if you're into big data, then perhaps Hadoop comes to mind; if you care a lot about security, you might think of OpenSSL; if you're a front-end developer, then maybe jQuery and React pop into your head.
Don’t ever forget that more we invest in ourselves today, the more valuable we become over time.