I've been looking into ASP.NET Core on and off for a while now and I thought it a good time to document what I've learned. With that in mind I'm going to create a series of posts covering ASP.NET Core starting with the fundamentals and moving towards more
Please Note: This post was updated in Jan 2015 to accomodate an upgrade to TemplateBuilder. All images and sample code have been updated.
Recently I've been working on an AngularJS project, using Visual Studio. As part of my role I've been trying to ensure code consistency and quality, but
Recently I was asked to investigate .NET serialization performance to try to enhance the response times of some of our web APIs. Personally I really enjoy this type of task, as there's the investigative part, building a test harness, assembling the collection of results and then diving into those
While revising for a recent Microsoft exam I've come across the Microsoft Fakes Framework. I'd not been aware of this before, but surprisingly it's been available since Visual Studio 11 (and potentially earlier).
The Microsoft Fakes framework is a mocking tool that's built into Visual Studio. At present it's
![Microsoft Image](/content/images/2015/01/MSExamOffer-1.png)Microsoft current have a 3 for 1 exam offer on the MCSD (Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer) certification:
If you're looking to get certified, now seems a great time! The only issue is that all exams need to be taken