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.NET Framework, Core and Standard

Have been coding in .NET ecosystem for years, I know the term .NET Framework. I know that there are many versions of the framework from 1.0 to 4.x. Honestly, I did not care much about them. Well, because I have not had such a need. Recently, there are “.NET Core” and “.NET Standard”. Officially, I have …

Infrastructure and Application Code – Keep Loose Dependencies

When talking about dependency, many will think of Dependency Injection, think of Interface, think of Container, … Things go like if you have a Controller, that controller consumes a Repository, then you should inject them with dependency injection, most of the time via the constructor. And we just stop at that level, at that thinking. Not …

ASP.NET Core with Docker Container – Part 2 Dockerfile

In ASP.NET Core with Docker Container – Part 1 Mounted Volume, I covered my experiment with Mounted Volume. In this post, I will explore the possibilities of Dockerfile. By reading on the internet, watching courses on Pluralsight, I know what Dockerfile is. “Know” means, well, just heard about it, saw people playing with it … …

ASP.NET Core Full Lifecycle From Laptop to Cloud

Given that you have to develop a full lifecycle of a web application, where will we start? If working in a company, where there are processes for developing and releasing products, the story might be different. But what if we want to develop our own pet projects, a web application, how could we do that? …

ASP.NET Core Get Started

The learning journey continues with .NET Core stack, the latest framework from Microsoft. As a developer, I decided to check out ASP.NET Core. The general path is to answer the question I asked (myself) in this post “How to take the advantages of Docker?” .NET Core seems to be a good candidate to explore. As a habit, …

Docker, Every Basic Things I Need To Know

Having started the learning journey with Docker, I took some courses on Pluralsight, Nigel Poulton Docker Deep Dive Course. It is a wonderful course. It helps me understand the overall design, principles of the Docker. It also empowers me with many hands-on commands that can use immediately. I did, I practiced them while watching the course. …

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