All Posts by Andrea Angella

What Not To Do when Investigating a Memory Leak

One of the main issue we identified from yesterday exploratory session was an important memory leak problem.  We are on a greenfield project and we already knew the possible cause of it 🙂 We implemented long-running operations as described in the Microsoft REST API guideline and we were aware that we didn’t implement a retention policy for our API. Put […]

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Extensible Fixed Statement in c# 7.3

Extensible fixed statement is a new feature introduced in C# 7.3. Learn how to add support for pinning using the fixed statement on your own typesTranscript of the video Hi! I’m Andrea, and welcome to Productive C#. In this video, I want to talk about the extensible fixed statement feature introduced in C# 7.3. Let me […]

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How to use the TestCase attribute in C# and NUnit

Learn how to use the TestCase attribute in C# when you write NUnit tests and see how it can help to remove duplication and make your tests more readable.Do you consider yourself a motivated C#.NET developer?Join My Productive C#Transcript Of The VideoHi! I’m Andrea and welcome to Productive C#. In this video I want to […]

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Project References in C#

Let how to add a project reference in C# using Visual Studio 2017. Learn how the new csproj syntax greatly simplify how to work with project references. TranscriptHi, I’m Andrea Angella, and welcome to the Practical C# Sharp video series. In this video, I want to talk about Project References in C#. I’m using Visual […]

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Introduction to Dependency Injection in C# using Autofac

In this video, I am taking a sample application and show you how to use Dependency Injection using Autofac. I am sharing how to wire up dependencies both explicitly and implicitly.Transcript Of The VideoHi I’m Andrea, and welcome to Productive C#. In this video I want to tell you how you can get started using […]

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