When people work with the Dictionary class in .Net there are two common assumptions that I see used a lot. Worst part is that these assumptions are both wrong.
The ultimate programming language
One of my favorite bloggers had an article last month that resulted in a rather interesting conclusion; that the ultimate programming language is a language without a lot of features most developers take for granted.
Email as password manager?
A lot of people these days rely on some (software) password manager to keep track of all different passwords you need. Obviously there are two risks with this approach.
To await or not to await - that is the question
One question that comes up quite often is if you should always use async/await or not. Sadly enough the answer is not simple because there is a trade-off between performance and ease of understanding exceptions.
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Labels: .net, patterns, performance, tap, task
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