In our previous post, we introduced Microsoft.FeatureManagement as a way to manage feature flag functionality in your .NET applications. As mentioned in the post, this library is compatible with any .NET Standard application. [Read More]
Introducing the Microsoft.FeatureManagement library
Use Microsoft.FeatureManagement to add native feature flags!
A couple of weeks ago, I needed to find a way to better manage new functionality for a feature that was not ready yet (it broke stuff). We didn’t know exactly when the feature would be shipped, but we also didn’t want to deal with branch and merging headaches when... [Read More]
The .NET Stacks #1: Microsoft Build, announcements galore!
We discuss all of the Microsoft Build news!
This is an archive of my weekly (free!) newsletter, The .NET Stacks. Consider subscribing today to get this content right away! Subscribers don’t have to wait a week to receive the content. [Read More]
Introducing The .NET Stacks weekly newsletter
Every Friday or so, I typically round up the week’s best links. I wanted to expand on this further, and have a weekly digest of news and perspectives on the .NET world. I’ve always enjoyed the format of newsletters and have found many of them to be lacking. I think... [Read More]
What I'm Reading (Week of 5/11/20)
Here’s a weekly shout-out of articles, videos, and other content I found interesting. [Read More]
What I'm Reading (Week of 5/4/20)
First Look: C# Source Generators
An initial look at the power of C# source generators.
Last week, Microsoft introduced a preview of C# Source Generators, to be released with the C# 9 release. While the tooling isn’t great (yet), it’s available for curious developers to play with—so long as you are on the latest version of Visual Studio 2019 preview and the latest .NET 5... [Read More]
What I'm Reading (Week of 4/27/20)
What I'm Reading (Week of 4/20/20)
Compress Images in GitHub Using Imgbot
How to use the ImgBot GitHub app for set-it-and-forget-it image compression.
We’ve all been there: we’re reading an article online and it takes forever to load. To investigate—because we’re developers, after all—we open our developer tools, browse to the Network tab, and notice that the images are uncompressed. Oof. Of course, we would never do that, right? [Read More]