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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1 Practical Introduction to Unit testing in C# and Visual Studio

Learn what a unit test is and how to get started writing unit tests in C# with Visual Studio and NUnit. If you liked the video, please share it with your friends and colleagues and subscribe to the newsletter to be the first to receive news and updates from Productive C#. Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 […]

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