Alex KlausFull Stack Developer  |  Architect  |  Scrum Master
Posts tagged ".NET Core": 3
January 2020
Arguably, the Mediator pattern has become cool among the .NET devs when Jimmy Bogard released MediatR library 4 years ago. That library made words "Mediator" and "MediatR" interchangeable in the devs' lexicon. And as usual, trendy tools get often misused and applied without a second thought. Here I'm playing devil's advocate and look closely at its pros and cons. Is it still useful for modern .NET projects? May it become an anti-pattern one day as Service Locator did?
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July 2019
Having actively used RavenDB for a couple of years, I constantly get asked by other devs about feedback on the database. They usually expect to hear something simple and straightforward, like "love it" or maybe even "hate it", but my experience doesn't fall into any of these extremes. After 2 years I'm torn apart by polarised feelings about the database, and my expected-to-be-simple response turns into a long story about all the pros and cons, love and hatred. So here is my story.
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March 2019
Perhaps, Autofac is the most popular DI/IoC container for ASP.NET projects. But, since .NET Core has a pretty decent DI/IoC container, why would one still need Autofac? This is a story of gains and losses from switching a mid-sized project from Autofac to the standard .NET Core container.
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