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re: GIVEN my article WHEN a reader reads it THEN the reader writes better tests Mar 26
If you didn't use BDD before you should take a look at the ...
re: Rubber Ducky Debugging! Mar 22
@llinaresvicent you're right. I bought this rubber duck du...
re: Rubber Ducky Debugging! Mar 22
This is mine.
re: Zero Downtime Releases using Kubernetes and Istio Mar 3
No offense, but there is one technical thing. HTTP status c...
re: Worth the 5 Minutes Mar 3
This guideline nicely follows the ”think twice, do once” ru...
re: 10 Things You Can Do If You Have A Bad Deploy Mar 3
Excellent post with a helpful checklist. I think that autom...
re: Turn VM off and give my money back Feb 28
You are technically right. The proper name is ”deallocate” ...
re: Do we need standup? Jan 9
I agree that lack of preparation and out of the topic or di...
re: The power of VS Code Jan 9
I'm glad to hear that. It's always darkest before dawn :)
re: Microservices vs. Monolith Architecture Jan 7
Thanks for the info. I've just marked this post, and I'm go...
re: CI/CD with Wercker Jan 3
No problem. I’m glad that you found the reason for your que...
re: CI/CD with Wercker Jan 3
Hi. Did you add the executable right the docker_entrypoiny...
re: Pro tips for Visual Studio Code to be productive in 2018 👨🏻‍💻 Dec 28 '18
FYI you could have a Live Share session across VS Code and ...
re: Building blameless working environment Dec 17 '18
Alexey I think it's hard but not impossible in an outsourci...
re: Object Oriented Programming Dec 17 '18
Great article about OOP. I enjoy the paragraph with example...
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Dec 12 '18
Nice.I like it.
re: Microservices vs. Monolith Architecture Dec 6 '18
Nice post. I miss the paragraph about debugging. I'm inter...
re: Azure Web Apps - the troubleshooting era Dec 6 '18
"I don't like that the UI seems to have been built by abou...
re: My way of working with internal nuget packages Dec 3 '18
That’s True. As I mentioned earlier, I replaced Nuget packa...
re: My way of working with internal nuget packages Dec 3 '18
Your solution is perfectly fine for me. I'd do the same and...
re: My way of working with internal nuget packages Dec 2 '18
Nice article. Could you tell me how many nuget packages d...
re: A list of useful Azure tools Nov 28 '18
Thas’s true.
re: A list of useful Azure tools Nov 28 '18
Nice tools. It's worth to mention that nowadays Powershell...
re: The hidden value of the Value Object Nov 23 '18
I totally agree with you. I ’m also a big fan of the ”It de...
re: The hidden value of the Value Object Nov 23 '18
Thanks for good words :) As you mentioned, talking and pra...
re: From monolith to cloud: Auto Increment to UUID Nov 21 '18
There is one point here: "Entries in a relational databas...
re: The Anti-Corruption Layer Pattern Nov 14 '18
@thorstenhirsch , I agree with our comment. In the case whe...
re: What is Markov Chain? Nov 14 '18
Awesome post. You reminded me of my studies where I learned...
re: Is HTTP/2 really worth it? Nov 14 '18
QUIC is going to be named HTTP/3 by the Internet Engineerin...
re: The Three Stages of a Developer Nov 9 '18
Great post. Your observations are strictly related to the ...
re: Speed up development of dotnet core applications with watch tool Oct 31 '18
Unfortunately, it isn't that simple. The example that you g...
re: Speed up development of dotnet core applications with watch tool Oct 31 '18
I agree that the rebuild time depends on the size of the so...
re: What tools do you use for writing? Oct 30 '18
I'm using VS Code which has excellent support for the Markd...
re: Hot Takes, Myths, And Fake News - Why Everyone Is Wrong About DevOps (Except For Me) Oct 27 '18
You wrote in the section: ”Kubernetes won’t solve all your ...
re: A thought on the overuse of hearts on DEV. Oct 26 '18
Honestly I like to have a lot of "hearts" under my post, bu...
re: Microservice-based Application with ASP.NET Core Generic Host Oct 26 '18
I fell in love with IHostedService which is implemented by ...
re: Help test the DEV beta app! Oct 26 '18
I’m in :)
re: ASP.NET Core 2.0: Implementing a 3rd Party Web API Oct 25 '18
Nice post. I like the idea of the integration with the giph...
re: When Not To A/B Test Oct 18 '18
Thanks a lot for the article and for listening to the Vox p...
re: A/B testing: introduction Oct 18 '18
Thanks. I’m going to read it as soon as possible :)
re: Getting started with Docker Compose Oct 2 '18
Nice post. I recommend also reading this article: ...
re: It’s all about the abstractions baby Sep 28 '18
I always like posts about abstraction which is crucial in t...
re: Becoming more efficient with the command line Sep 27 '18
I didn't know posh-git before. Thanks for sharing it. Che...
re: Becoming more efficient with the command line Sep 27 '18
In my opinion: zsh (and bash) support for git is much bet...
re: Becoming more efficient with the command line Sep 27 '18
I love work with command line. Currently, I've set up Lin...
re: Stubbing responses from documented APIs. Worth it? Sep 27 '18
Please give us an info with information how Swagger Hub wor...
re: Stubbing responses from documented APIs. Worth it? Sep 26 '18
Another options Apiary Swagger Hub My personall choice ...
re: Message-based API, Part 2 Sep 26 '18
Following up your post about CQRS, the message-based API to...
re: Concerns that go away in a serverless world Sep 21 '18
Thanks for your replay. I missed your article about FaaS ve...
re: Concerns that go away in a serverless world Sep 21 '18
Nice post. I have to admit that I'm not a big fan of the s...
re: A Deconstruction of CQRS Sep 20 '18
Yes, you did :)
re: A Deconstruction of CQRS Sep 20 '18
Thanks a lot for the explanation. You answered my question ...
re: A Deconstruction of CQRS Sep 20 '18
Great article. It was a pleasure to read it. I like the tra...
re: docker, nginx, and letsencrypt — website setup for that sweet, sweet HTTPS! Sep 20 '18
Great post. Thanks for sharing your work with us.
re: Refactoring Legacy Monoliths - Part 3: Game Plan And Refactoring Tips Sep 19 '18
Great article. You asked: "Does Refactoring Mean a Rewri...
re: The build process of programming languages Sep 5 '18
Nice post. My advice is to add some information about trans...
re: What happens when you submit an article? Sep 4 '18
Great post. Can I borrow you to make documentation for my p...
re: Invert your ifs! Sep 3 '18
That's true. I’m familiar with the term ”guard clause”. It’...
re: Invert your ifs! Aug 31 '18
I used to call such a code constructions pyramids. They ...
re: Using C# LINQ API to perform SQL IN logic at WHERE clause Aug 30 '18
In my opinion, this is a better approach, which doesn't req...
re: SQL 101: Making the most of SSMS Aug 30 '18
Nice tips. Can I ask you, if you are using any query beauti...
re: Stop using big words and industry jargons (and what to do instead) Aug 29 '18
Ok. I missed that.
re: Stop using big words and industry jargons (and what to do instead) Aug 29 '18
An interesting post. Some time ago, I was against industry ...
re: Strategy Pattern Implementations In C#: Basic To Advanced Aug 27 '18
Nice article. Handy, descriptive examples :)
re: 8 steps to increase your Developer Resume response rate by 90% Aug 27 '18
Constructive post. I like the point: Stop DOing, start ACHI...
re: Can Docker replace our VMs farm? Aug 21 '18
In my opinion, the final process of moving from VMs to Dock...
re: Can Docker replace our VMs farm? Aug 21 '18
The question is also how many apps do you have deployed on ...
re: The hidden value of the Value Object Aug 17 '18
Thanks for your comment. You are completely right. My old h...
re: Do we need standup? Aug 14 '18
I agree with you. As you mentioned if the self-organized te...
re: Learning React - Building up the user interface using components and dummy data Aug 14 '18
Nice tutorial. I am waiting for the next part:
re: Do we need standup? Aug 13 '18
True story. First interactions are most important in new te...
re: Do we need standup? Aug 13 '18
I think this apprach is also good for teams working togethe...
re: The Risks of Dead Code Aug 11 '18
In case of dead function or method, I do nothing. In my opi...
re: The Risks of Dead Code Aug 9 '18
I'm always repeating on code reviews to remove unused code....
re: Why I can't recommend Clean Architecture by Robert C Martin Aug 9 '18
I finished the book, so finally, I can write a comment afte...
re: How do you name your devices? Aug 2 '18
I'm a master of chemistry, so I'm using names from the Peri...
re: Pagination in an API: page number vs start index Jul 26 '18
In .NET there is the Nuget package which translates the ODa...
re: Pagination in an API: page number vs start index Jul 26 '18
I'd choose the first option. I advise to adding in both app...
re: Pair programming with VS Code Jul 25 '18
I'm using it from time to time. VS Live Share is a useful t...
re: Developing APIs using Actor model in ASP.NET Core Jul 24 '18
I've never heard about the actor model and the Orleans proj...
re: An automatic interactive pre-commit checklist, in the style of infomercials Jul 23 '18
I love automation over following conventions and/or checkli...
re: How do you find the time to participate on dev communities? (Such as dev.to) Jul 23 '18
In case of reading and commenting, I'm trying to look every...
re: Why I can't recommend Clean Architecture by Robert C Martin Jul 23 '18
Thanks for your recension of the book. I've bought Clean A...
re: The Dev.to-Community's Opinion about Unit-Tests Jul 23 '18
Great wrap up of the discussion about testing. IMHO there...
re: 10 golden rules for becoming a better programmer Jul 14 '18
I'd like to add: Read the friendly manual (RTFM rule)
re: The Lesser Known Macro-benefits of Microservice Architectures Jul 13 '18
Thanks for your reply. It sounds like a good plan. I've tri...
re: Slack keeps interrupting you, but you can stop it Jul 13 '18
Nice post. I think that Slack and/or other communicators ca...
re: Ways to enhance your DEV posts! Useful embeds. Jul 13 '18
Thanks for the list of embeds. 😁
re: The Lesser Known Macro-benefits of Microservice Architectures Jul 13 '18
Great article. One thing I envy you is the possibility to ...
re: Use serverless functions and CDN to speed up API data calls Jul 13 '18
Great post. I've missed the HttpClientFactory feature but ...
re: If you could not code anymore, what would you do? Jul 12 '18
I'd like to become a car mechanic with a specialization in ...
re: 5 things a developer should do before asking for help Jul 12 '18
Nice article. Personally, I'd like the sixth point Try to...
re: Why use Swagger for creating and documenting APIs Jul 12 '18
Nice post. Nowadays I can't image the creation of an open t...
re: Using global tool "dotnet outdated" to check for the latest NuGet package updates Jul 9 '18
Nice. It seems to be a great tool. I'm sure I'll use it in ...
re: Coding Concepts - Reflection Jul 9 '18
Nice article Chris. Personally, I try to avoid reflection a...
re: Let's talk about sleep. Jul 8 '18
Nice article and I really like the introduction to it. I l...
re: Code review checklist Jul 8 '18
Very nice list. I think that list such as this are always ...
re: Git commits: An Effective Style Guide Jul 2 '18
Very nice article Paul. I agree that commit message is ess...
re: Over 1000 Followers Jun 28 '18
Congratulations. I think that now you're waiting for: Fin...
re: Adding Spotify's missing features and learning about JS, (S)CSS, PHP, APIs, Skeuomorphic Design and Documentation Jun 24 '18
Link to the orginal article is broken.
re: A look at the many ways APIs can authorize access Jun 21 '18
Nice recap 😉
re: Strings Are Evil Jun 20 '18
Awesome post. I really enjoyed reading it. You've achieved...
re: 5 Pillars of Learning Programming Jun 18 '18
Nice article. I agree with your point of view. I also think...
re: Solving the Expression Problem in any language Jun 11 '18
Thanks. I'll take a look on this video.
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Jun 10 '18
I've heard something similar to this but I don't know the a...
re: I "Love" Anti-patterns Jun 10 '18
Nice article. It could be a great start to book "Design Ant...
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Jun 9 '18
This is very similar to Think twice, code once. which ...
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Jun 8 '18
I wasn't aware of that. Good to know this.
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Jun 8 '18
I've heard this many times from my sys admins.
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Jun 8 '18
It's so real.
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Jun 8 '18
This sentence reminds me Dr House's favorite saying:
re: Can you share your favorite quote or rule related to IT? Jun 8 '18
Nice :)
re: Solving the Expression Problem in any language Jun 7 '18
Nice post. I started my journey into F# a few days ago, so ...
re: Don't Put Personal Information in Code! Jun 6 '18
I agree that putting personal data into code is evil and co...
re: ORM-less Data Access in .Net Core Jun 3 '18
Nice post which covers a good old-school way if working wit...
re: We bootstrapped a SaaS startup, without compromise and spent only $912 on AWS Jun 3 '18
I like your post, Michael. I totally agree, that paying for...
re: Redis - An Introduction Jun 3 '18
Great blog post. An easy and gentle introduction to the Red...
re: Redis - An Introduction Jun 3 '18
No, Redis doesn't have a default TTL. Here you have a direc...
re: Caught Red-Handed! May 29 '18
I totally agree with you, Samuel. Especially in agile proje...
re: Using the Strategy Pattern (Examples in C#) May 16 '18
Very nice post with a descriptive example of usage. Real li...
re: Poco - Docker extension May 9 '18
Sounds to be a very handy tool.I'm going to give it a try. ...
re: Read Efficient Data Structures May 4 '18
Great post Frank! I've read your article with a pleasure. N...
re: On Becoming a Technical Writer Apr 21 '18
Great article.I really enjoyed reading it. My personal tr...
re: How Simple is too Simple to Test? Apr 21 '18
Great post and very interesting discussion/code review. I'...
re: Poor man's dotnet solution setup Apr 18 '18
Hi Adrian. Thanks for your comment. I see your point of vie...
re: Static code analysis in 3 steps Apr 16 '18
You welcome 😉
re: How I developed a captcha cracker for my University's website Apr 8 '18
I thought I would be better 🤔 Thanks for your time I apprec...
re: How I developed a captcha cracker for my University's website Apr 8 '18
Very nice article. When I was studying I really liked my c...
re: A .Net man in Linux world. Apr 5 '18
Sure, I will. Douglas has also mentioned about this tool. T...
re: A .Net man in Linux world. Mar 30 '18
I've just installed it. I will give it a try. Thanks for th...
re: ASP.NET Core Development in Linux Mar 28 '18
Great article! I've just started my journey with Linux and ...
re: A/B testing: introduction Mar 28 '18
Thanks for your answer. You can be sure that if you write "...
re: A .Net man in Linux world. Mar 28 '18
I don't have a Macbook around, so I've decided to go with L...
re: A .Net man in Linux world. Mar 28 '18
Nice to know that I'm not alone :). Yeah, VS Code rocks and...
re: A .Net man in Linux world. Mar 28 '18
On Windows, I use both PowerShell and Git Bash. I think I'l...
re: Angular and ASP.NET Core Mar 27 '18
Awesome post! It clears most problems I had when I've tri...
re: Event Storage in Postgres Mar 26 '18
It makes sense. Thanks for deeper explanations. Cheers.
re: Event Storage in Postgres Mar 26 '18
I understand your point of view. I agree that an introduc...
re: How JavaScript variable scoping is just like multiple levels of government Mar 26 '18
Very nice post with the example which is appealing to the i...
re: Event Storage in Postgres Mar 26 '18
I've read your article, and I've one question. You said tha...
re: Azure vs GCP part 1: Deploy ASP.NET core application experience Mar 26 '18
A great article like the whole series, I enjoy reading it. ...
re: What is Serverless? Mar 25 '18
If you're using MS Azure Functions you can run your functio...
re: A/B testing: introduction Mar 25 '18
Thanks for a great article. It is a nice introduction to th...
re: So you're stuck Mar 22 '18
I like very much the list of bullet points you've made. It ...
re: Unit-testing: best practices Mar 22 '18
Exactly, this was my thought ;)
re: Unit-testing: best practices Mar 22 '18
Hi Elena. First of all great article. I would like to add ...
re: Which framework use for an e2e tests of an SPA? Mar 12 '18
Thanks for your suggestion.
re: Which framework use for an e2e tests of an SPA? Mar 8 '18
Thanks. I'll give it a try. On a first glance I like the sy...
re: Which framework use for an e2e tests of an SPA? Mar 7 '18
Hi Christian. Thanks for your replay. I'll look closer to...
re: Which framework use for an e2e tests of an SPA? Mar 5 '18
Thanks a lot for your replay. To be honest support only for...
re: 15 Random Pieces Of Wisdom About People Management Feb 25 '18
Great list which should be a primer for every team leader a...
re: Server side architecture with Node and Typescript using Nest Feb 25 '18
Very nice article. IMO most interesting thing is the compar...
re: Four Security Principles That Software Developers Should Follow Feb 22 '18
Very nice article. I would like to add that in my opinion...
re: Why You Should Be Unit Testing Feb 22 '18
First of all nice article. Writing unit test is helpful in...
re: How to Flow Into the Zone Feb 4 '18
Very nice article. I've tried to use the Pomodoro techniqu...
re: Projection Building Blocks: What you'll need to build projections Jan 30 '18
Great article. You made my day. Cheers.
re: Write DSLs and Code Faster Jan 24 '18
Thanks for your answer. I'll follow your DSL thread and I...
re: Write DSLs and Code Faster Jan 24 '18
First of all very nice article. I've implemented a DSL lan...
re: How to work with stored procedures and not die trying Jan 12 '18
Thanks again for the detailed answer and for sharing your e...
re: How to work with stored procedures and not die trying Jan 12 '18
Hi Dario. Very nice article. I have some additional questi...
re: 2018 Dev Goals Jan 9 '18
Fingers crossed for your goals.
re: RESTful API Versioning Best Practices: Why v1 is #1 Jan 6 '18
In green field projects I'm going to use "versionless" API ...
re: RESTful API Versioning Best Practices: Why v1 is #1 Jan 6 '18
Nice article which show new point of view on API versioning...
re: RESTful API Versioning Best Practices: Why v1 is #1 Jan 6 '18
Nice comment to this article. Sticking to version 1, as the...
re: Static code analysis in 3 steps Dec 28 '17
Of course I've made a typo (as always there is at least one...
re: Static code analysis in 3 steps Dec 27 '17
Nice to hear that. Fingers crossed.
re: Dear LINQ, I love you, but I'm going back to my roots Dec 19 '17
You should always be careful when you're using LINQ. Ther...
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence Dec 18 '17
No problem. I'm aware that this isn't well known fact so I'...
re: A Short History of Artificial Intelligence Dec 18 '17
Very nice article. I need to rectify this fragment about A...
re: The power of VS Code Dec 12 '17
Good point. Here is cheatsheet which I'm using. It could ...
re: The power of VS Code Dec 12 '17
Me too and day after day I see more reasons to use this too...
re: The power of VS Code Dec 12 '17
True. Mandarins are delicious,eating them is healthy and as...
re: Scaffolding with ASP.Net Dec 11 '17
Very nice article. I love such tools for code generation. T...
re: Why I Love Skype Meetings Dec 11 '17
Personally I share the same point of view as you. Skype or ...
re: Sharing is Caring: Using Shared Projects in ASP.NET Dec 9 '17
Hi Rion. Very nice and useful article. I've never tried Sha...
re: Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) in real life scenario. Dec 8 '17
Hi Pawel. Yes I've used LoggingInterceptor in production a...
re: Background tasks in ASP.NET Core Dec 7 '17
Thank you for your answer. They're very useful. I think I'l...
re: Background tasks in ASP.NET Core Dec 6 '17
Hi Samuele. First of all nice article. I've some questions ...
re: Good Stress vs Bad Stress Dec 5 '17
Nice article. As you've written good stress motivates us ...
re: Choosing The Proper Level of Abstraction Dec 5 '17
But the final result is excellent. Great article.
re: Liskov Substitution Principle Nov 22 '17
I'm really looking forward to it. Thanks.
re: Explain MongoDB Like I'm Five Nov 22 '17
How often is MongoDB used nowadays with the rise in popular...
re: Explain MongoDB Like I'm Five Nov 22 '17
Hi Sean. I'll start with answers to your three questions. ...
re: Liskov Substitution Principle Nov 22 '17
Very nice article. In my opinion examples and code snippe...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
I've just seen your presentation on OpenSlava 2017. It was ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
I've look on your research. I like your poster: Sketches an...
re: Why I leave a job Nov 20 '17
Nice article. I agree with all of those reasons. Personally...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
So we can assume that Agile is killing UML :) I'm just kidd...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
I agree that we need to use dedicated tool for particular j...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
Thank you. Sourcetrail looks nice. Unfortunately this tool ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
That's true that with UML we can easily create meaningless ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
Thanks a lot I'll look at your research.
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
Thanks for your opinion. I agree with you that UML isn't ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 20 '17
Hi and thank you for your replay. I aware that other develo...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
Thanks. On Twitter is a hot discussion too. I'm glad to see...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
I've the same opinion. Most of people which are complaining...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
I had UML at university too. To be honest I regret that I w...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
Thanks for your advice. I'll look closer to that tool in th...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
In my daily work I'm using scrum methodology. I think it's ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
I like this: 'A picture is worth one thousand words' a ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
In my previous work I was using Enterprise Architect (EA). ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
UML has always been on my TODO list. I've decided that it ...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
Thanks for your opinion. I totally agree that founding a i...
re: Do developers still need UML? Nov 19 '17
First thank you that you as an author of first comment :) a...
re: Chain as a Service (CaaS) Nov 17 '17
I'm aware that example in on my Github isn't a rewarding as...
re: The 5 Problem-Solving Skills of Great Software Developers Nov 14 '17
Just awesome! I agree with that that those 5 skill are nec...
re: A month of clean code Nov 11 '17
Nice article. Good that you're pasting examples. You clean ...
re: How to document requirements and not put people to sleep Nov 6 '17
Thank you for detailed answers. Once again very nice articl...
re: How to document requirements and not put people to sleep Nov 5 '17
Very nice article. Such a mind map could be useful to imagi...
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