Creating custom Roslyn Analyzer and CodeFix Provider was promised to be very easy to create a custom one. I’ve tried, and long story short — it is easy, however it took me quite a while to get started, primarily because of lack of documentation and examples. In this article are the things that I believe would save my time starting, hopefully will save your time.
Hey there, I'm Dennis. I do software since early 2000s. Typically in .NET and JS/TS ecosystem. I'm a big fan of clean coders, TDD and Agile.
So far, the key areas I've had an experience so far are ERP, eCommerce, Payments, Finance and a bit in infrastructure
At the moment I work for Helmes AS.
Some stuff I wrote ↓
ServiceAnnotations - is an approach I've come up with several years ago and it has proven itself on a variety of projects.
A detailed guide on setting up MSDeploy (Web Deploy) for CI/CD deployments to IIS
A quick guide how to register single service implementation instance for various service types in Microsoft Extensions Dependency Injection
I switched to TDD about six years ago. And here are the biggest struggles I've had, when I just started.
Strong password don't have to be complicated to remember. Complicated passwords - are not always strong against brute-force attacks. ZXCVBN is a lib to estimate password strength not complexity
Various approaches how to include ipcRender in CRA managed app
My first electron application with React / Typescript
Brief description and some notes on Diffie-Hellman key exchange method
A short guide how to make an SSH key using ssh-keygen