Using out parameters was always a bit painful. The biggest drawback is the need to declare variables before they can be used.
Deconstruction is a nice way to consume tuples. It’s a syntax that allows splitting a tuple into variables.
Tuples first appeared in C# with .NET Framework 4.0. They were supposed to be a lightweight alternative for small classes that were created if a method had to return more than one value.
Entity Framework is an Object-Relational Mapper for .NET applications, and the code-first approach using Entity Framework allows developers to use their domain model to build and query databases directly from their data model objects. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to use the Entity Framework in C# […]
Database caching is a commonly used technique to improve scalability. By offloading database work to other, faster stores it can also help improve the availability of the data too. Often, though, that caching comes at the cost of hardwired code in the application to check the cache first before the […]