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State Management using Dapr

Statement management can be a key aspect of any application design. It tends to cover a broad range data storage capabilities in your application, which may include accessing files on the file system or accessing a database of some description, with the purpose of manipulating the state of an object.

In this article we’ll explore how to create a simple state management microservice using dapr

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C# Records – The good, bad & ugly

C# 9.0 introduces record types, a reference type that provides synthesized methods to provide value semantics for equality. Dive in deeper to understand what this means

How to use Github actions to build & deploy Github nuget packages

GitHub Actions enables the user to create custom Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) workflows in their GitHub repositories. Enabling the repository owner to write individual actions and then combine them to create a custom workflows of their choice for their project. These workflows could be anything that software developers would want to typically automate in their day to day processes.

How services work in Dapr

how to implement services and invoke them from other applications, which can be either aware of Dapr as they rely on its SDK or unaware of the presence of Dapr as they just invoke a local HTTP endpoint

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How to create project templates in .net core

The simplicity of the .net core packing and publishing tool, enables you simply use what you’re already doing to make doing what you’re already doing faster. No need to learn a new complex template language.

How to use Cake with Rider

Cake is a build automation system for .NET Developers to script their build processes using a C# Domain Specific Language (DSL). In this post, we’ll explore the benefits of Cake and its major features with a concrete working example to achieve a flexible, maintainable, automated build process.