Test-Driven Development by bxample by Kent Beck is one of the most famous book on software construction and for a reason. Score ⏰⏰⏰⏰⏰/5 Cover Cover Quick Review The book is structured in three parts. Part 1 – The Money Example. An example of typical model code written with TDD.Part 2 – The xUnit Example. A…… Continue reading Test-Driven Development by Example – Quick Review
We use Visual Studio many hours a day but can we say that we know all the tips and tricks? Here I share a brief collection of 3 debugging tips that I collected. Step into specific This feature is helpful when we have a situation like below. We set a breakpoint in line 9 and…… Continue reading Visual Studio Debug – Tips And Tricks – Part 1
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Score ⏰⏰⏰⏰⏰ / 5 Cover Quick review I read this book because it is listed inside the bibliography of The Phoenix Project and this was a good reason to go for it. The book is written as a novel and explains the Theory of Constraints inside the process of growth of the main character, Alex…… Continue reading The Goal: A process of ongoing improvement – Quick review
In this blog post we’re going to explore a simple ASP.Net Core CQRS WebApi project. The code for this tutorial exposes a demonstrative API to manage a blog. The source code is available on my GitHub account. This post continues from the introduction post about CQRS. Get started To follow this tutorial the first thing…… Continue reading CQRS by Example – Simple ASP.Net CORE implementation
I’m doing some R&D for a future project at work and I’m currently exploring some architectural prototypes. In the last few weeks I explored the CQRS pattern. CQRS thanks to the separation of the read/query services from the action/command services enables us to do many things. At a very basic level applying CQRS means something…… Continue reading CQRS by example – Introduction
We all have been in this kind of situation: someone in the team states that a feature is done but in reality there is that little thing to figure out and the coding is completed the day after. Why is that? Because every person has a different definition of done inside his mind. How can…… Continue reading ALM DOs & DON’Ts – Definition of done