Why do we need exception handling? Prevent giving away sensitive business information Prevent the leakage of personally identifiable information Prevent giving away information that attackers can use to infiltrate our systems Ensure that our applications fail in a safe way that does not compromise our systems Provide application resiliency Provide a centralized location to channel … Continue reading ASP.NET Core WebApi Baseline Step 2 – Add Exception Handling
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This is the first of several posts to come in which I plan to cover how and why I create a baseline ASP.NET Core WebApi project template. Whenever I go through the process of learning new technologies, like ASP.NET Core, my primary goal is to quickly learn their new features and capabilities, determine their strengths and … Continue reading ASP.NET Core WebApi Baseline Step 1 – Bare Metal
Whenever you want your organization to start using a new process, tool, or a technology such as ASP.NET Core, you must first explain why this is a good move for the business. The business always wants to know what something will cost and how it benefits them since they are the ones holding the purse … Continue reading How Do You Sell Your Organization On ASP.NET Core?
The service-oriented architecture (SOA) is back in vogue. What's old is new again, but this time new technologies are available to make this more readily achievable. API management tools and microservice patterns foster greater business agility by enabling an organization to decompose their large monolithic applications into smaller units of highly reusable business domain information and … Continue reading Define A Business Domain Context For A Web Service