In this post, we will learn the history, advent and features/principles of Object Oriented Concepts (OOPS). As an aspiring developer/senior developer/architect, you need to very well understand these principles and apply it to real world problems.
If you have followed my blog on implementing “Retries using Polly in .NET Core”, then this blog will make more sense to you. In this blog, we will understand how many different techniques of Retry policies can be used in Polly.
In this blog, we will look at a common scenario where we have to call an API endpoint and handle retries efficiently in .NET Core. For this purpose, we will be using a library called as “Polly“.
It is a fact that any Salesforce developer that you meet will have the following strengths and weakness. This is a consistent trend everywhere. I am writing this blog to basically put my thoughts on the state of salesforce developers. This is not to defame or criticize anyone or any company. I am just trying to share what I see, hear and feel about developers in salesforce ecosystem.
Design Patterns has nothing to do with algorithms or programming constructs/concepts (like loops, big-o complexity, etc). Instead, Design Patterns guide you to structure the classes and how they should collaborate. Here, we will understand what Design Patterns are & what different categories of patterns are there.
Serilog is a logging implementation that can be plugged into ASP.NET Core. It supports structured logging API’s and receives log events from the ASP.NET Core framework class libraries. In this blog we will see how to configure Serilog in ASP.Net Core project.