Category Archives: General Software

Top Developers Are Not Paid for Coding

TL;DR – There is this misconception that top Software Developers are appreciated due to their technical coding skills, for example how fast they can code a solution to a problem. While coding is very important, the real strength of top … Continue reading

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Golang for the C# Developer – [1] Intro

TL;DR – In this series of posts I am exploring the Go (Golang) language from a C# native speaker’s perspective (or through one’s glasses). This introductory episode is more about the philosophy, history and general geekout over Go. You won’t … Continue reading

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What is Serverless Architechture

TL;DR – There is a server. It is not a “my-on-premises-Linux-box” kind of server, but there is one at the end. Perhaps it is just not yours and looks and feels a little bit different from the developer’s perspective.   … Continue reading

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Dangers of the ‘nameof’ Operator (c#)

TL;DR – The are hidden dangers in the ‘nameof’ operator in c# 6.   Lately I have witnessed developers use new features that were presented in c# 6. My problem is not with using the new features, but with developers blindly … Continue reading

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Object Pooling in .NET

TL;DR – A short and high-level explanation of object pooling technique with C# Some of you may have noticed that i’ve been away for more than a month, but that was not without a reason. I decided that after almost … Continue reading

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The web is just a delivery mechanism

TL;DR – The web is just a delivery mechanism and your web browser is just another I/O device.   Disclaimer: Some people argue that this is all very nice in theory, but in practicality those ideas are not feasible. Well, … Continue reading

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OOP destroyed encapsulation

TL;DR – Object oriented design did not bring encapsulation principles to software development, it broke it. Many of my friends go to job interviews for software engineering positions, and the question they are asked a lot is “what are the … Continue reading

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