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  • Retiring old service versions
  • 10 Customer Persona Tools & Templates – Content Harmony
  • (3) Arialdo Martini’s answer to Does the Pomodoro Technique work? What parts of it are the most helpful / least helpful? – Quora
  • The Current State of OpenTelemetry in .NET | Petabridge
  • LisaDziuba/Marketing-for-Engineers: A curated collection of marketing articles & tools to grow your product.
  • Project Manager – Visual Studio Marketplace
  • Degeneracy, Code and Innovation | adl.io | Aaron Longwell of Longwell Consulting, LLC
  • 6 Tips on working from home – Yonder
  • microsoft/FeatureManagement-Dotnet: Microsoft.FeatureManagement provides standardized APIs for enabling feature flags within applications. Utilize this library to secure a consistent experience when developing applications that use patterns such as beta a
  • Using PredicateBuilder with EF Core for Complex Queries | Mitchel Sellers
  • Entity Framework Core 5 vs SQLBulkCopy MichaB BiaBecki Blog
  • microsoft/msquic: Cross platform C implementation of the IETF QUIC protocol.
  • SQL: Why I prefer sequences to IDENTITY columns – The Bit Bucket
  • Generate C# Client API for ASP.NET Web API – CodeProject
  • nikersify/pico: Take browser screenshots in Javascript =���
  • utility | RxJS Primitives
  • Conditionally Apply LINQ Clauses | Khalid Abuhakmeh
  • 7 JavaScript Animation Libraries You Can Use Right Now to Surprise Your Users
  • Simple holidays
  • usablica/intro.js: A better way for new feature introduction and step-by-step users guide for your website and project.
  • Friday Links 437

  • Software architecture diagrams – which tool should we use? – DEV
  • LisaDziuba/Marketing-for-Engineers: A curated collection of marketing articles & tools to grow your product.
  • microsoft/MS-Lumos: Tools to compare metrics between datasets, accounting for population differences and invariant features.
  • Advanced Linux Commands Cheat Sheet | Red Hat Developer
  • Foam | A personal knowledge management and sharing system for VSCode
  • Development With A Dot – Introducing SharedFlat
  • How Stack Overflow hires engineers – Stack Overflow Blog
  • 30% didn t kill the App Store model. SaaS did. | Capiche
  • If you wanna make your own open-source chip, just Google it. Literally. Web giant says it’ll fab them for free ” The Register
  • ASP.NET Core Web API + DynamoDB Locally – CodeProject
  • treosh/web-vitals-reporter: A tiny (800 B) utility to simplify web vitals reporting.
  • nathan-osman/chronosnap: Android app for capturing timed photo sequences.
  • What Do You Do Better Than the Cloud? – Brent Ozar Unlimited�
  • What does idempotent mean? ” Particular Software
  • You Can Download the Entirety of English Wikipedia to Browse Offline
  • LiveSharp Integrated hot-reload solution for C# projects
  • Extreme programming meets systematic testing using Coyote – Open Source Blog
  • .Net Core Developer Roadmap. A developer roadmap for all the tools && | by Adem Zeina | Developers Cafe | Medium
  • It’s probably time to stop recommending Clean Code @ Things Of Interest
  • Animate.css
  • Friday Links 436

  • Troy Hunt:6Sustaining Performance Under Extreme Stress
  • mapbox/pixelmatch: The smallest, simplest and fastest JavaScript pixel-level image comparison library
  • tauri-apps/tauri: Framework agnostic toolchain for building highly secure native apps that have tiny binaries and are very fast.
  • Learn and use Composition in JavaScript and TypeScript – DEV
  • Data Modeling and Partitioning for Relational Workloads | Azure Cosmos DB Blog
  • Microservices vs. Monoliths: An Operational Comparison The New Stack
  • Writing production systems the wrong way, on purpose – Ayende @ Rahien
  • Feature Rejection: sending an email alert from RavenDB – Ayende @ Rahien
  • Handling SPA Fallback Paths in a Generic ASP.NET Core Server – Rick Strahl’s Web Log
  • Adding an endpoint graph to your ASP.NET Core application: Visualizing ASP.NET Core 3.0 endpoints using GraphvizOnline – Part 2
  • ekonbenefits/impromptu-interface: Static interface to dynamic implementation (duck casting). Uses the DLR combined with Reflect.Emit.
  • anuraghazra/github-readme-stats: Dynamically generated stats for your github readmes
  • nwtgck/actions-comment-run: Execute any script in a GitHub issue comment
  • peaceiris/actions-label-commenter: Label Commenter Action – Label triggered GitHub Actions for posting a template message. After commenting, it can automatically close or reopen issues. Of course, it also can manage pull requests.
  • Byte Down: Making Netflix s Data Infrastructure Cost-Effective | by Netflix Technology Blog | Jul, 2020 | Netflix TechBlog
  • matiassingers/awesome-readme: A curated list of awesome READMEs
  • Checking homework and the 10x programmer – Ayende @ Rahien
  • Hacking the Admin SQLServerCentral
  • 10 Awesome JavaScript Libraries You Should Try Out in 2020
  • PostSharp Blog | Thinking beyond Roslyn source generators and aspect-oriented programming
  • Andrei Ignat weekly software news(mostly .NET)

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