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.NET: use a preview version in your global.json

.NET: use a preview version in your global.json

We are currently in the preview phase of .NET 9, which releases in Nov 2024 - and if you want to test it extensively like I do, store the preview ver

Efficiently clean a string with .NET

Efficiently clean a string with .NET

Strings are one of the most commonly used types in .NET applications - and very often the source of inefficient code. For example, cleaning up a stri

Refit .NET - my personal caller best practise

Refit .NET - my personal caller best practise

Refit is an open-source library for .NET developers that simplifies the process of making HTTP API calls. It allows developers to define a set of int

Strong Name Sign .NET Assemblies via SNK

Strong Name Sign .NET Assemblies via SNK

Strong Name Signing is a mechanism in .NET development that ensures the integrity and authenticity of assemblies. It is based on a public-private key

Handle Yaml Files with .NET

Handle Yaml Files with .NET

YAML files are unfortunately part of everyday life for all developers these days; and although they are very error-prone and almost impossible to edi

Welcome to the new Visual Studio SLNX Solution File

Welcome to the new Visual Studio SLNX Solution File

For many years, there has been a lot of criticism of Visual Studio's current solution format. It is very difficult to read, it does not follow any st

Enable NuGet Audit for better DevSecOps in .NET

Enable NuGet Audit for better DevSecOps in .NET

Auditing is becoming increasingly important in the everyday life of a developer; however, until now there was no particularly good way in .NET - even