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Vedran Mandić

I like #JS and #dotnet. Always an apprentice. MCT, MCSD: Web Apps certified. Enjoying life and loving dogs. I am a contractor currently running distributed architecture in insurance industry.

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Make SOAP requests using IHttpClientFactory in .NET Core

Bojan, thank you so much... this works like a charm! Excellen...

10 Must-Read Books for Software Engineers

Exactly what I would add to. But, nevertheless, this list is ...

.NET Core API REST POST validation with IValidatableObject

Hey good writeup Cesar. Care to drop an idea how would you in...

.NET Threading Gotchas

Good article Matt, very clear explaining you've put into this...

C# and .NET Core Appreciation Post. The most beautiful piece of code I have ever seen... this month!

Hey. Your thoughts stream to right questions! Actually EF i...

C# and .NET Core Appreciation Post. The most beautiful piece of code I have ever seen... this month!

Lovely article Beautus! As other commenters mention I also ...

C# and .NET Core Appreciation Post. The most beautiful piece of code I have ever seen... this month!

Or manually build expression trees haha :-)

Make a quick URL shortener in C#

You already imported and used it with using System.Linq;. W...

Make a quick URL shortener in C#

Hey, its a really fun article and I guess very teaching to ...

Norm Data Access for .NET Core 3

Fantastic article! The new streaming feature paired with Si...

Building a Headroom-Style Header in Svelte

Lovely share and a fun teaching project. Really love seeing...

C# Async Await, Simply

Good point, but also it should always be taken with great c...

Human Readable JavaScript

What a lovely article you've written! Thank you for putting...

Svelte is the most beautiful web framework I've ever seen

Cool writeup, thanks!! Gave the interactive docs a go a cou...

Episode 004 - The Program and Startup classes - ASP.NET Core: From 0 to overkill

Seems like gists are buggy on dev.to or you have misplaced ...

Automating Microsoft Edge with Puppeteer-Sharp

Congratulations! :-) The miracles of modern browsers (and g...

Can I put small projects on github?

Definitely do so. Positive impact is a must, as you differ...

Architecture: how to build an enterprise application

Well put. Honestly, I like the monoliths I worked on and wo...

How I solved Jessica’s NYC Parking Problem with Twitter, Twilio and NO CODE

Amazing, really good to know, both info. Cheers.

What's what? - Package.json cheatsheet

Thanks for putting it all together so nicely. Was not aware...

Flashback Friday: Sh*t DEVs Say

Urgh switching to Angular?!?!? :-))) Fantastic, please, mor...

How I solved Jessica’s NYC Parking Problem with Twitter, Twilio and NO CODE

Really fun read and cool project. Logic Apps seem so useful...

webpack: From 0 to Automated Testing

Congratulations on the immense effort of putting this to "p...

Thoughts on migrating to TypeScript and improving the overall quality of the frontend DEV codebase

I know it is a silly comment, but really when you try it ou...

Async/Await easy cancellation in c#

Really really neat! Thanks and will give a try out!

The Tale of the 1,000+ Hour Side Project

What a beautiful and teaching share. Thank you Ben. Spent a...

Creating your Blog using GatsbyJS and Dev.to API

Excellent share and tool! Can you pull over comments too? P...

F# for JS Devs

Wow fantastic addition! Thank you.

F# for JS Devs

Awesome article, good thing you made it a blog! Small typo ...

How C# asynchronous programming is different than what you think

This is a cool example on how async/await really helps (you...

How C# asynchronous programming is different than what you think

Yaser this is a wonderful summary, thank you sincerely! It ...

How C# asynchronous programming is different than what you think

A very detailed comment, thank you for the overview of othe...

3 topics in 1 JavaScript interview question

This is pure essentials in JS. Good wrap up! Thanks for wri...

Introducing Gatsby Tutorials

Really, really good (and quality recorded) content! Half-wa...

Using Chrome in Azure with Puppeteer Sharp and Browserless.io

Amazing post Darío! Thanks for sharing.

Piping JavaScript

I love it, and truly believe this is one small (big) step t...

What was your win this week?

This week, I.... went running two times without any issues....

Miscellaneous C# Async Tips

Thanks for the writeup, very good (and quite important!) co...

Why I'm using Surge and not GitHub Pages

Excellent entry, thanks for the review. I've tried surge.sh...

In defense of JavaScript oddities

"...do not want to try knowing and understanding him." lite...

Help test the DEV beta app!

I wonder how many regular users are aware of PWAs at all.

What to focus on when learning ASP.NET Core?

Fantastic article Jon! Love the writing style!! I started wri...

ESLint seems useless to me. Should I use it?

I second that, good and succinct, explained well. Also a fa...

Crafting Better Code Reviews

Amazing writeup, thank you for collecting, analyzing and pr...

Avoiding Exceptions in ASP.NET Core

Nice! Loved the implicit operator, cool approach reminds me...

What is React Server Side Rendering and should I use it?

Finally a clear and succint writeup about the topic! Thanks...

Why You Shouldn't Use A Web Framework

Good marketing with the click-fury-bait title. Lovely artic...

I ❤ Ramda - Partial Application with a Special Placeholder

Enjoyed the simplicty of the basic functional concepts expl...

What Is Your Main Language?

C#/JS/TS webapps small and enterprize, SQL also...

Write a function that shows off something unique or interesting about the language you're using

eval(atob('QXJyYXkoMTYpLmpvaW4oImEiLTEpICsgIiBCYXRtYW4hIjs'...

What are some fundamentals of security every developer should understand?

Read crackstation's hashing and sec "summary" as a primer: cr...

You Wouldn't Base64 a Password! Cryptography Terms and Concepts for Developers

Thank you so much for this excellent and important article ...

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