Hello and welcome to my blog on various topics from the world of .NET. My name is Andras Nemes and I’m a software developer. I hope you’ll find a lot of interesting topics here that you can use in your own projects.

A bit of orientation:

  • The actual blog page is found here
  • Read more about this blog and myself here
  • Short and concise code examples with little theory: The Shorts
  • Lengthy discussions providing deeper analysis and insight: The Longs
  • For more personal questions and comments you can contact me here

Upcoming topics in the ‘longs’ section – every Monday and Thursday:

Topic Est. date of first post Est. # of posts
Using a Windows service in your project Oct 6 2014 8
Node.js on Windows Nov 3 2014 10
Using Amazon Kinesis with the C# Amazon AWS SDK Dec 8 2014 5
Using Amazon S3 and DynamoDb with the C# Amazon AWS SDK Dec 25 2014 10

The exact ordering and dates of the topics may change.

Planned topics for Q1 2015 for the ‘longs’ section, in no particular order:

  • Building a system of Amazon Cloud components with C# .NET – Kinesis, S3, DynamoDb, Elastic MapReduce
  • Domain Driven Design: a deeper insight
  • New features in C# 6

Upcoming topics in the ‘other technologies’ section – every Saturday and Sunday:

Topic Est. date of first post Est. # of posts
Lambda expressions in Java 8 Nov 1 2014 3
The Stream API in Java 8 Nov 9 2014 6

Planned topics for the “Other technologies” section for 2015:

  • Random tips and trick on Amazon Web Services
  • Introduction to Python – a language course from the ground up
  • Introduction to C – a language course from the ground up

5 Responses to Home

  1. Geir P says:

    Hi Andras

    Really interesting articles you have posted.
    Especially about TDD and unit testing.

    Have you considered an article about Rx (Reactive extensions)?

    Keep up!

  2. Ivan says:

    Thank you for taking your time to write these very informative and educational posts.

  3. Sridhar Sathya says:

    Man! you have some great articles. Why not help us with an index page or a better navigation route.

    E.g. Landed to your “Messaging with RabbitMQ and .NET C# part 1″ from Bing. How do I find Part 2, 3 etc.

    Managed to look for tags and then read other pages eventually.

    • Andras Nemes says:

      Hi Sridhar, thanks for your feedback. There’s a link at the end of each article like…

      View the list of posts on Messaging here.


      View the list of MVC and Web API related posts here.

      …where you can always find the related posts. Do you think it’s not enough? How would you prefer to reach the related articles?

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