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Archive for October 31st, 2019

.NET: IHostedService – hosting services inside any .NET process

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/31

Have any service related stuff implement IHostedService, so it is easy to deploy it in all kinds of processes:

  • console to test
  • windows service
  • ASP.NET Core service
  • Linux host application

Peter Groenewegen ([WayBack]¬†pgroene (Peter Groenewegen) ¬∑ GitHub; [WayBack] { Think Rethink }) has some great examples and blog articles at [WayBack] IHostedService ‚Äď { Think Rethink }:

Background information:

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Before using the PPL, I need to check to see if a few things have been fixed yet

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/31

Before using the PPL ever, I need to check out at least a few posts like these:

Most of the PPL code was written by Allen Bauer when he was Chief Scientist at Embarcadero in the 2007-2010 time frame and it was still called DPL (Delphi Parallel Library). The code was released in Delphi XE7 (see [] Using the Parallel Programming Library РRAD Studio) but seems hardly maintained after he left.

You can find some of his notes at [] The Oracle at Delphi: Parallel Programming


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SQL code smells

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/31

A while back I bumped into [WayBack] SQL Code Smells РSimple Talk, which is an extensive article covering all sorts of SQL related code smells.

It reminds me that one day I need to dig up some old links on other code smells as well.


via:¬†[WayBack]¬†Martin Fowler on Twitter: “It’s an old anti-pattern, and sadly is still going strong: The Entity Service Antipattern.”

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