This is my third post in the Series: Enumeration classes – DDD and beyond. If you are new to the
This is the second post in the Series: Enumeration classes – DDD and beyond. If you have jumped here right
This is the first post in the Series: Enumeration classes – DDD and beyond. In this post I will provide an
Domain-Driven-Design (or DDD) helps us to move away from the anemic model towards a richer behavior. One of the core
This post describes some of the pain-points of xUnit Theory and how we can write more descriptive tests with xUnit Theory by overriding the test output.
This blog post talks about captive dependency. It highlights the potential issues you might face when lifetime services are not configured correctly.
As I have written in my previous posts, we are working on a greenfield solution and developing multiple microservices as
I, like many others, usually write about my learning and success in my blog posts. But one of my colleagues
In my previous post, I had talked about how we to ported an existing repository code from Azure SQL to Amazon
We are currently working on a greenfield project which involves building several microservices on Azure. One of our primary services