hm - I think Visual Basic should no one learn... Because the language is almost dead... May be there are a lot of legacy software which needs to refactored into other languages, etc. Here an article from Microsoft. "We Do Not Plan to Evolve Visual Basic as a Language" https://visualstudiomagazine.com/articles/2020/03/12/vb-in-net-5.aspx

hey you saved my day! Thanks. But I do not get it why it worked all the time without it. Today in the deployment I get this weird error and I thought something is wrong with the credentials... however thanks a lot... I will update my article about go module with this important info...

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First I have to say that I like Visual Studio very much. It is a good working IDE for development .NET stuff. I used it for over ten years now for mobile, desktop and web development. Yes of course sometimes visual studio can a bit annoying…

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Today I just want to share a basic skeleton web api written in .net core. This is a kind of basic set up which works fine for microservices as well as some bigger ones. So I am a very big fan of not only horizontal…

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In this post I will share some ideas about structuring a software application. I will describe what horizontal and vertical layering for me is and show how they can be applied.

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Layering an application is useful for having a better overview of the application it is clear what to expect…

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Introduction

In the last PART 1.1: INFRASTRUCTURE PIPELINE we have finalized the infrastructure part with…

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In the last PART 1 INFRASTRUCTURE we have created the resources we need for…

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Welcome to the first part! Now we are doing our first steps to build…

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This post will be the first of a series, because it makes no sense to put all that stuff into one post. So this post will outline the overall demo application and infrastructure and how we will start to develop it.

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We will build a modern style web application environment…

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