ASP.NET Weekly - Issue #26

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Hey everyone, Are you wanting to get into blogging but not sure where to start? I have been blogging
 
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ASP.NET Weekly
Hey everyone,
Are you wanting to get into blogging but not sure where to start? I have been blogging now for about 5 years, and I read a lot of blogs for my work on ASP.NET Weekly. So if you want some advice or guidance, please feel free to give me a shout at jerrie@jerriepelser.com.
Don’t worry - I don’t want to sell you anything. Just offering my time to hopefully help create more bloggers.
Also, I came across this 2018 Developer Skills Report by HackerRank. Take some time to look at it as it makes for interesting reading. It would appear that our C# and .NET Core skills are still very much in demand.
One final thing before we get into this week’s edition: If you are curious about starting with Razor Pages, then check out the Learn Razor Pages website. It is a great resource created by Mike Brind.
- Jerrie Pelser

Featured Blog Posts
I Am a 9 to 5 Developer (And So Can You!)
Loading an Object From SQL Server Using Dapper
A library to run your business logic when using Entity Framework Core
HttpClientFactory in ASP.NET Core 2.1 (Part 1)
Define a custom environment in ASP.NET Core
10 Handy NuGet Packages for Your Next .NET Project
Interesting Videos
Automating Builds with Cake (C# Make) - YouTube
Fat Controller CQRS Diet | Part 1 Simple Query - YouTube
Code
This week I am offering you a couple of alternatives to using Entity Framework migrations. These are useful for example when using libraries like Dapper.
GitHub - chucknorris/roundhouse
GitHub - fluentmigrator/fluentmigrator
More good stuff
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