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 primarily work with .NET and Java. I mostly blog about .NET but you’ll see posts from other technologies as well. 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
  • Short and concise code examples with little theory: The Shorts
  • Lengthy discussions providing deeper analysis and insight: The Longs
  • For technologies other than .NET check out the Other technologies section
  • For more personal questions and comments you can contact me here
  • You can find me on LinkedIn here

Planned topics for 2016 for the ‘longs’ section, in no particular order:

  • SQLite in .NET
  • Even more DDD
  • EntityFramework
  • MongoDb in .NET
  • Various messaging frameworks in .NET

Planned topics for the “Other technologies” section for 2016:

  • Amazon CodePipeline with the AWS Java library
  • Python language course cont’d

5 Responses to About

  1. I recently found your blog and have really enjoyed your posts, especially the series about claims and security. It seems about half the times the code samples end up HTML encoded which sometimes makes them hard to follow, especially with a lot of angle brackets and lambdas. Any chance that can be fixed?

  2. ada says:

    Hello Andras,It is really so usefull web site which is important to me to improve my skill.I have a question.My question is micro Orm and generic repository implimentation.do u think it is unnecessary to wrap.I am just about to start a project which planing use both dapper and generic repo.if u share your experiance,it would be great.thank u again.

    • Andras Nemes says:

      Hi Ada, I have no experience whatsoever with micro ORM so it’s difficult to say. If it has a unit of work implementation which is as good as that of EntityFramework then it might be overkill to hide it entirely behind abstractions. You can check out the revised DDD series for an example how a solution could look like in EF. //Andras

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