Rob Janssen

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A brief history of the UUID

Today we’re releasing ksuid, a Golang library for unique ID generation. It borrows core ideas from the ubiquitous UUID standard, adding time-based ordering and more friendly representation formats.

Everything you should know about certificates and PKI but are too afraid to ask

Certificates and public key infrastructure (PKI) are hard. No shit, right? I know a lot of smart people who’ve avoided this particular rabbit hole. Personally, I avoided it for a long time and felt some shame for not knowing more.

A history of the Amiga, part 12: Red vs. Blue

Debuting at MAGfest this weekend, new film gathers devs and fans across Amiga decades.

Custom Model Binders in Core

Custom Model Binders are a super helpful tool in “binding” a view model in unconventinal ways. There are a few reasons you may find yourself using a custom model binder. We will be focussing on the first reason as it’s the easiest to demonstrate.

F# spoiled me, or why I don’t enjoy C# anymore

This was my primary language, every time I compared it to other popular languages I was happy I accidentally chose it.

Every byte explained and reproduced

In this demonstration a client connects to a server, negotiates a TLS 1.3 session, sends "ping", receives "pong", and then terminates the session. Click below to begin exploring. It will do this via an elliptical curve method, using the x25519 curve.

SQL Data Tools In C# - Database Creation, Management, and Deployment in Visual Studio

Full courses: Post: signup: What if I told you that you could create a SQL Database in Visual Studio, manage it like any ot

A fistful of Blazor; Its .NET in the browser - William Tulloch

C# in the browser is that even possible? Apparently so. Blazor is an experimental web application framework out of Microsoft that provides the means to write a Single Page Application using Razor pages and C# running with Web Assembly.In this talk we will go beyond "Hello World" and explore what the

Security in ASP.NET Core 2.1 - Barry Dorrans

When we started ASP.NET Core we threw away a lot of the mistakes we made in the past. It turns out a lot of developers liked those mistakes and we've been bringing back features in a safe and security manner.Come see what we've added to ASP.NET 2.1 to support new and old scenarios that you requested

S207 - Blazor: Modern Web development with .NET and WebAssembly - Daniel Roth

Client-side web development has long been the sole domain of JavaScript. WebAssembly is poised to change that by opening up the web to the full ecosystem of languages, frameworks, and tools. Blazor is an experimental project to bring .NET to the Web via WebAssembly. In this session you'll see how Bl

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