A minimalistic .NET package for versioning .NET SDK-style projects using Git tags.
When you want to release a version of your software, whether it’s a pre-release, RTM, patch, or anything else, simply create a tag with a name which is a valid SemVer 2.0 version and build your projects. MinVer will apply the version to the assemblies and packages. (If you like to prefix your tag names, see the FAQ.)
Kin Lane (API Evangelist) – ”API Discovery in the Real World is Complicated” – 28 September 2018
Dependabot pulls down your dependency files and looks for any outdated or insecure requirements.
If any of your dependencies are out-of-date, Dependabot opens individual pull requests to update each one.
You check that your tests pass, scan the included changelog and release notes, then hit merge with confidence.
In this post I’m going to list some reasons suggested for using repository pattern. Then we’re going to see if these reasons really needs these kind of patterns to be solved. Then I’m going to propose other alternatives for solving these problems.
If you’re not on the TypeScript train yet, why not? But really, it might be worth a watch if you aren’t.