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Security Scanning Your .NET Core Applications

Security Scanning Your .NET Core Applications

No organization exists in an operational vacuum. It’s a natural law of software development that your world will collide with other projects. It is inevitable to share responsibility between customers, vendors, partners, and the open-source ecosystem. In a past life,...

A New Adventure In JetBrains Developer Advocacy

A New Adventure In JetBrains Developer Advocacy

In a prior post, I wrote about new adventures and recovering from burn out. I have taken the months of January and February to recharge my mental battery and reflect on my time as a director of software development. I’ve...

Save Your C# Keystrokes With Tuples

Save Your C# Keystrokes With Tuples

In the year 2000, Microsoft released C# to the masses, and since then, it has evolved with many new features. One of those features includes Tuples. Only recently have tuples become more useful with the addition deconstruction in C# 8....

Generate YouTube Thumbnails with ImageSharp and .NET Core

Generate YouTube Thumbnails with ImageSharp and .NET Core

I watch more YouTube videos than I’d ever like to admit. It’s a great source of knowledge for interesting topics like programming, cooking, tiny house living, and much more. Lately, I’ve also wondered about taking some of my blog content...

Reading The Past, Present, and Future Of .NET Through NuGet

Reading The Past, Present, and Future Of .NET Through NuGet

It is always good to have environmental awareness, primarily when you work with a technology stack. Package management providers are a good indicator of what’s currently happening in any ecosystem. For .NET developers, the pulse of our community beats with...

Reading RSS Feeds With .NET Core

Reading RSS Feeds With .NET Core

Lately, I’ve been working hard on this blog. In a recent post about automating your blog with GitHub actions, I wrote a small .NET Core application that could process my RSS feed. In this post, I will show you how...