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Assume you have products and categories. A client says that it is necessary to use other business processes for the categories with the rating value higher than 50. You have a solid experience and you understand that tomorrow this value may be different – 127.37. In this article we will learn how to deal with such situations.Article Added by Nathan // codingsight.com // over 1 year ago
In this episode I talk about BenchmarkDotNet.
I benchmark 2 C# methods -1 containing some LINQ methods- on .NET Core and also on Full Framework with BenchmarkDotNet.Tutorial Added by gregkalapos // www.youtube.com // over 1 year ago
As a .Net Developer, you are surely a big fan of LINQ. If you ain't, you should, cause LINQ is awesome and this post resumes why it can be addictive. Once you master it, you will surely never let it go.Article Added by DamienDoumer // doumer.me // 11 months ago
Due to the fact that in my company, Solr was chosen as a full-text search platform, there appeared a strong desire to simplify the work with Solr queries using LINQ expressions.
Having surfed the Internet for alternatives, I came to the conclusion that at the moment I do not have the required library to be publicly available. The maximum I managed to find is a very partial implementation of Solr.NET queries (and the skeptic comment of the author himself).Tutorial Added by Nathan // codingsight.com // 5 months ago