Steve Gordon played around with gRPC and ASP.NET Core 3.0 during a recent hack day at his employer. He talks about the principles behind gRPC and gives a brief introduction of using it in ASP.NET Core 3.0.
I’m following a .net core an Angular course on udemy. The application architecture follows the repository pattern. For example theres a user repository that has the logic, which implements an interface. The controller then calls the methods in each function.
Is there any guiding principle which is beneficial while working with existing code base? Figure out what you’re trying to do, and what is keeping you from doing it. Take an iterative approach to get things done.
I’m increasingly finding it harder to get any interest from employers, it seems like they all have better, younger, candidates. Every new rejection brings me deeper into depression, to the point where I’m about to be homeless and I don’t see a way out anymore without ending my life.