Author Archives: Jesse Liberty
We are, finally, ready to create our ASP.NET Core application that will host our traditional and our minimal APIs. (This series begins here.) The code for this blog post is available here:git clone https://github.com/JesseLiberty/Cars.git Please note that WordPress seems to … Continue reading
In a previous post I said I was still looking for the right file comparison tool. I may have found it! I returned to ExamDiff Pro and voilà! the perfect combination of power and ease of use. I integrated it … Continue reading
In part 2 of this series we created a simple database. In this part we’ll look at how to perform CRUD operations against that DataBase in anticipation of creating APIs for these operations. Dapper is a micro-ORM (Object Relational Mapper) … Continue reading
I’m interviewed by my old friend J. Tower (of Trailhead Technology Partners) on his Blue Blazes YouTube program, talking about Unit Testing. Lots of fun discussing an important topic. Tune in here.
As noted in part 1 of this series, I will be building an application specifically to explore building APIs. To get started, I’ll want to build a back-end database. The application we’ll be simulating is a car dealership. Customers can … Continue reading
While I’m still happily ensconced at CNH Industrial, I have changed my job. I’m no longer writing mobile applications (for the first time in about 7 years!) but rather am writing APIs using ASP.NET Core and C#. -The plan is … Continue reading
Pleased and proud to have been awarded my 11th MVP award from Microsoft.
I had the pleasure of turning the tables and being interviewed on WebRush with Jon Papa et al https://www.webrush.io/episodes/episode-240-theres-something-net-maui-with-jesse-liberty
Today I spoke with Valerio De Sanctis, author of Building Web APIs with ASP.NET Core.
Just posted on Packt: Writing Unit Tests with ChatGPT