July 2, 2017
I’m so honored and proud to receive the Microsoft MVP Award.It has always been a dream to be part of such a respected and talented group of people who share their knowledge and expertise with the community.During the time that i practice software development professionally, I’ve read blogs and articles written by MVPs, particiapted in events and talks that were delivered by MVPs, used libraries and code written by MVPs and met MVPs in person. I always admired their technical skills and their community involvement. I’m thankful and honored for the opportunityi was given to be one of them.Tamir...
This is the fourth year that I’m running the Integrative Software Engineering Workshop at the Ruppin Academic Center
As such I had the privilege to mentor the teams and guide them as they build a software project from scratch. The purpose is to give the students a taste of how a real project is being developed in the real world and let them experience all the steps involved. From finding an idea and making the analysis, and then implementing and delivering to the customer (me in this case). You may want to read about the projects from previous years, you...
April 5, 2017
In VS2017 it much easier now to support multiple frameworks inside a single .csproj file.
When you create a new project VS2017 (that target .NET Core or .NET Standard) this is what you'll get inside your *.csproj
Cool right? A lot of the boilerplate configuration was removed in order to make the MSBuild format clean and readable.
By default, all the files inside your project folder will be added. If you want to make adjustment you can always add (or remove some of the files).
For example, this is how it will look if...
October 20, 2016
2017 is still a few months away but the conferences plans already began, and I’m happy to publish that I’ll be giving talks at two very exciting conferences CodeMash Ohio – January 10-13, 2017 CodeMash is taking place at the Kalahari resort which looks very cool. I’ll do two talks: Creating a responsive application using Reactive Extensions From Zero to the Actor Model ConFoo Montreal – March 8-10, 2017 The expected temperature for March in Montreal is between –12 °C and-6 °C (Freezing!!!), but I promise that my sessions will be hot. .NET Debugging tricks you wish...
October 13, 2016
This error kept me busy for almost two days, so i thought it would be best to describe the steps i took to fix it Make sure that the erlang cookie file (.erlang.cookie) is configured correctly in all places. i.e. %HOMEDRIVE%%HOMEPATH% and %SYSTEMROOT%. it should contain the same value in all places Open the RabbitMQ command prompt with Administrator privileges Remove the RabbitMQ service by using the command: rabbitmq-service remove Navigate to %APPDATA%\RabbitMQ\db Delete everything (make sure you have a backup just in case) Go back to the command promp and install the service with the command:...
September 13, 2016
I really like using Autofac, it’s one of the most productive libraries I know, and it’s so much fun to discover new features. Aggregate Services is Autofac feature that allows you to wrap a set of dependencies into a single aggregate without the need to implement a concrete type for it. Consider the following case where you have a base class that has dependencies on a few other services, and two derived classes: class BaseLicenseGenerator:ILicenseGenerator
public BaseLicenseGenerator(ILogger logger, IUserRepository userRepository, ILicenseRepository licenseRepository)
August 30, 2016
The Reversim summit is a conference for developers by developers. This year I have the privilege to be one of the speakers in the conference. There are many good talks , and you can read the full schedule here: http://summit2016.reversim.com/schedule
Last week I spent a few days at Copenhagen together with my family and friends. Copenhagen is amazing and I had such a good time that is hard to come back. During this time I gave two talks at the Copenhagen .NET User Group which was hosted at the Siteimprove offices who also sponsored the event. It was very fun and I’d like to thank to everyone who came Here are the links to the slides and demos of my talks Rx 101 http://www.slideshare.net/TamirDresher/rx-101-tamir-dresher-copenhagen-net-user-grouphttps://github.com/tamirdresher/Rx101 Debugging tricks you wish you knew http://www.slideshare.net/TamirDresher/debugging-tricks-you-wish-you-knew-tamir-dresherhttps://github.com/tamirdresher/DebuggingTricks
June 30, 2016
I’m very excited and greatful to be invited to speak at the Copenhagen .NET User Group (CNUG) on August 25th. If you’re around, come and meet me. You can register at: http://www.meetup.com/Copenhagen-Net-User-Group/events/230231914/ I’ll do two sessions during the meetup: Reactive Extensions (Rx) 101 Reactive applications are designed to handle asynchronous events in a way that maximizes responsiveness, resiliency, and elasticity. Reactive Extensions (Rx) is a library that abstracts away the sources of events and provides tools to handle them in a reactive way. With Rx, filtering events, composing event sources, transforming events, and dealing with errors all...
March 6, 2016
I'm very thrilled to take part at this year's NDC Oslo conference. This wil be my first time at Oslo and i'm really looking forward to it. Here are the details of my presentation: Cloud Patterns (9. june 2016 09:00 - 10:00) Cloud computing provides amazing capabilities for the modern application, but there are many pitfalls to be aware of – scalability, resilience, elasticity, security and more. In this session we will look at basic must-know patterns when architecting for the Azure cloud: Message-Oriented, Poison Messages, Cache-Aside, Priority Queues, Retry Patterns and more. http://ndcoslo2016.oktaset.com/p-4357