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Storing information in its highest form
There’s an interesting guideline I’ve been meaning to write about for a long time. I call it Storing information in its highest form.
Which collection interface to use?
Let’s talk about when to use which collection type and why.
Generic types are for arguments, specific types are for return values
Today, we’ll discuss the following guideline: you should use the most generic types possible for arguments and the most specific types possible for return values.
Modeling Relationships in a DDD Way
Let’s talk about modeling of relationships, including the dreaded many-to-many relationships, in a DDD way.
Encapsulating EF Core Usage: New Pluralsight course
My new Pluralsight course about encapsulating EF Core usage went live.