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ASP.NET Weekly - Issue #24

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January 12 · Issue #24 · View online
ASP.NET Weekly
Thank you to everyone who recognises the value of this newsletter and bought me a coffee last week in support of it. That money goes towards paying the bills for the newsletter and keeping it alive.
Speaking of money: over the weekend I noticed a post in /r/dotnet mentioning unlimited free private Git hosting from Microsoft. Personally, I switched to BitBucket about a week ago for my private Git repositories.
Either way, I just wanted to give you a heads up that there are options other than GitHub out there for private Git hosting for yourself or your small team.
Hope you enjoy this week’s content.
- Jerrie Pelser

.NET Core Security Updates
Some .NET Core security advisories have been published this past week. You can find more details in the following blog post.
If you have existing applications using previous versions of the .NET Core SDK, then please read the actual advisories (here and here) to understand how to fix those applications.
And most importantly, for ASP.NET Core you need to go through the information in security advisories CVE-2018-0785 and CVE-2018-0784 as there are changes required to your actual source code.
Featured Blog Posts
Front-End Performance Checklist 2018 [PDF, Apple Pages]
Compiled queries in Entity Framework Core
ASP.NET Core Logging with Serilog and SQL Server
4 Common Datetime Mistakes in C# — And How to Avoid Them
Authenticate with OAuth 2.0 in ASP.NET Core 2.0
Interesting Videos
Concerns & Struggles Of A Web Developer - YouTube
JavaScript30 - YouTube
Code
GitHub - jbogard/Respawn
GitHub - mbdavid/LiteDB
Other interesting blog posts
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