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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 21: Moving an ASP.NET Core from Azure App Service on Windows to Linux by testing in WSL and ...

Scott Hanselman again writes about ASP.NET Core applications on Linux. This time the post is about moving an ASP.NET Core application from a Windows to a Linux based App Service: Moving an ASP.NET Core from Azure App Service on Windows to Linux by testing in WSL and Docker first Again this is one of his pretty...
21.12.2019 | 487 1 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 20: The ultimate guide to secure cookies with web.config in .NET

For the todays ASP.NET Hack Advent, I found a awesome post about cookie security. This post is the latest part of a series about ASP.NET Security. Cookie security is important to avoid cookie hijacking via cross-site scripting and something like this. The ultimate guide to secure cookies with web.config in .NET This...
20.12.2019 | 537 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 19: Migrate a real project from ASP.NET Core 2.2 to 3.1

Because I got a lot of questions about migrating ASP.NET Core applications to 3.1, I will introduce another really good blog post about it. This time it is a post about a real project that needs to be migrated from ASP.NET Core 2.2. to 2.1. He is writing about how to update the project file and about what needs to be...
19.12.2019 | 518 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 18: The .NET Foundation has a new Executive Director

On December 16th, Jon Galloway announced that Oren Novotny will follow him as the new Executive Director of the .NET Foundation. Jon started as Executive Director in February 2016. Until now, the .NET Foundation added a lot of value for the .NET community. They added a lot of more awesome projects to the Foundation...
18.12.2019 | 530 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 17: Creating Common Intermediate Language projects with .NET SDK

For the todays ASP.NET Hack Advent post, I found a link to one of the awesome posts of Filip W. In this post Filip describes the new project type that allows you to write .NET Projects in IL code directly. He writes how to create a new Microsoft.NET.Sdk.IL project and how to write IL code. He also answered the...
17.12.2019 | 532 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 16: ConfigureAwait & System.Threading.Channels

Stephen Toub published two really good blog post about in the Microsoft .NET Net blog. The first one is a really good and detailed FAQ style post about ConfigureAwait. If you would like to learn about ConfigureAwait, you should read it: ConfigureAwait FAQ The second one is an introduction into System.Threading...
16.12.2019 | 535 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 15: About silos and hierarchies in software development

This post is a special one. Not really related to .NET Core or ASP.NET Core, but to software development in general. I recently stumbled upon this post and while reading it I found myself remembering the days back when I needed to write code others estimated and specified for me. About silos and hierarchies in...
15.12.2019 | 524 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 14: MailKit

This fourteenth post is about a cross-platform .NET library for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP. On Twitter I got asked about sending emails out from a worker service. So I searched for the documentation about System.Net.Mail and the SmtpClient Class and was really surprised that this class was marked as obsolete. It seems I...
14.12.2019 | 517 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 13:.NET Conf: Focus on Blazor

The .NET Conf in September this year was great and it was a pleasure to also do a talk on the 25th which was the community cay with a lot of awesome talks from community folks around the world. I'm really looking forward to the next one and hope I can do another talk next year. Yesterday I was surprised when I...
13.12.2019 | 518 1 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 12:.NET Rocks Podcasts

Do you like podcasts? Do you like entertaining and funny technical podcasts about .NET? I definitely do. I like to listen to them while commuting. The best and (I guess) the most famous .NET related podcast is .NET Rocks: https://www.dotnetrocks.com/ Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell really do a great show, they...
12.12.2019 | 485 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 11: Updating an ASP.NET Core 2.2 Web Site to .NET Core 3.1

.NET Core 3.1 is out, but how to update your ASP.NET Core 2.2 application? Scott Hanselman recently wrote a pretty detailed and complete post about it. https://www.hanselman.com/blog/UpdatingAnASPNETCore22WebSiteToNETCore31LTS.aspx This post also includes details on how to update the deployment and hosting part on...
11.12.2019 | 532 1 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 10: Wasmtime

WebAssembly is pretty popular this time for .NET Developers. With Blazor we have the possibility to run .NET assemblies inside the WebAssembly inside a browser. But did you know that you can run WebAssembly outside the web and that you can run WebAssembly code without a browser? This can be done with the open-source...
10.12.2019 | 478 2 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 09: November 2019 .NET/ASP.NET Documentation Update

For the ninth post I found a pretty useful blog post about .NET Core and ASP.NET Core documentation updates for the version 3.0. This post was written by Maxime Rouiller, a former MVP, who now works for Microsoft as a Microsoft Cloud Developer Advocate. In this post he shows all the important updates related to...
09.12.2019 | 473 3 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 08: Hanselman debugs a .NET Core Linux app in WSL2 with VS on Windows

Scott Hanselman also loves hacking. Hacking on small devices and on Windows and Linux. In this post, I want to introduce, he shows how to debug a .NET Core Linux app that runs in the WSL2 with a Visual Studio on Windows: Remote Debugging a .NET Core Linux app in WSL2 from Visual Studio on Windows This is one of...
08.12.2019 | 410 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 07: Blazorise

Recently I stumbled upon a really cool project that provides frontend components for Blazor. It supports Blazor server side and Blazor WebAssembly on the client side. I found that project, while I was searching for a chart component for a Blazor demo application I'm currently working on. This project is called...
07.12.2019 | 378 1 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 06: Andrew Lock's blog

This sixth post is about a block that is full of different, but detailed posts about .NET Core and ASP.NET Core. The blog's name ".NET Escapades" kinda describes, that author is writing about almost all he is experiencing related to .NET Core and ASP.NET Core. This blog is running by Andrew Lock, who is a full stack...
06.12.2019 | 491 1 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 05: .NET Core 3.1 is out

Ok, this is not one of the posts I expected to write for the ASP.NET Hack Advent, but it is an important one anyway and not that off-topic. On Monday .NET Core 3.1 was released, which is a release for long term support (LTS). This release is full of bugfixes and and housekeeping. On the ASP.NET Core side it brings a...
05.12.2019 | 447 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 04: Damien Bowden's blog

Do you want to write secure ASP.NET Core applications and do you want to know how to protect your single page application? One of the best places to learn about security is the the blog of Damien Bowden. Damien is a Microsoft MVP since 2016, living in Switzerland and very interested in web development, application...
04.12.2019 | 324 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 03: Fritz and Friends

Twitch isn't just for gamers and folks who wants to watch gamers playing games. There are also a lot of developers who do life coding on Twitch. And the guy who does this for a long time (since almost forever) is Jeff Fritz. Jeff is a Program Manager for Microsoft on the ASP.NET and .NET Community Outreach teams and...
03.12.2019 | 358 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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Wie können auch Sie Ihr Zuhause intelligent einrichten?

Wer gerne in der Küche steht und dabei auf Sprachbefehl seine Lieblingsmusik hören oder die Heizkörper über sein Smartphone steuern möchte, der sollte sich über das Einrichten eines Smart Homes informieren. Was ein Smart Home ist und was alles dazu gehört, erfahren Sie in diesem Artikel. Der Begriff Smart Home!...
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 02: Steve Gordon's blog

Do you like to deep dive into specific ASP.NET Core and .NET Core topics? If yes, you definitely should bookmark Steve Gordon's blog about .NET Core and ASP.NET Core. Steve is a senior .NET developer and Microsoft MVP working in Brighton, East Sussex (UK). He's working on various open source projects, a quite active...
02.12.2019 | 219 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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ASP.NET Hack Advent Post 01: NDC Conference Videos

Maybe you already know the NDC Conferenced that are organized around the world (like Oslo, London, Sydney and Minnesota). Did you already know the there is a YouTube channel with almost al of the recorded sessions? The NDC organizers publish the recording around the weeks after the conferences and you are able to...
01.12.2019 | 193 0 | Jürgen Gutsch
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Did you know that you can build .NET Core apps with MSBuild.exe?

The problem We recently updated a bunch of our applications to .NET Core 3.0. Because of the compatibility changes to the “old framework” we try to move more and more projects to .NET Core, but some projects still target “.NET Framework 4.7.2”, but they should work “ok-ish” when used from .NET Core 3.0 applications...
01.12.2019 | 246 0 | Code-Inside Blog
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Slides von der DDC 2019

Hier die Slides meines Workshops von der .NET Developer Conference: Cross Platform App Development mit Xamarin.Forms
27.11.2019 | 394 1 | HeadWriteLine
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Was benötigen Sie für Ihre Heimarbeit? Die besten Tipps!

Wenn auch Sie sich dafür entscheiden, von zu Hause aus zu arbeiten, dann sollten Sie sich unbedingt ein separates Arbeitszimmer einrichten. Hier nämlich können Sie sich nicht nur besser konzentrieren, sondern tun sich auch leichter, zwischen Arbeit und Freizeit zu unterscheiden. Sind Sie noch auf der Suche nach den...
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