Rob Richardson: Web Services in .NET 6 - Episode 213
Rob Richardson is a software craftsman who is building web properties in ASP.NET, Node, React, and Vue. He’s a software developer, a community leader, a mentor, and the business owner of Richardson & Sons. Additionally, Rob is a Microsoft MVP; a published author; a frequent speaker at conferences, user groups, and community events; and a diligent teacher and student of high-quality software development.
Topics of Discussion:
[3:25 ] Rob starts us off with a cool trick to remember how many days of the month there are.
[5:25 ] Rob talks about why he invested in getting really good at unit testing and integration testing.
[5:50 ] What is the big “wow” factor that developers should not miss with .NET6?
[8:35 ] With minimal APIs, is it different capabilities, or have they mapped all of the capabilities of web API down into those extension methods that you can use?
[10:25 ] What is the difference between authorization and authentication?
[17:25 ] What’s Rob’s preferred mechanism for internal private web services?
[21:30 ] Where Raspberry APIs really shine.
[22:08 ] Rob tells us about a very cool talk he has coming up.
[27:03 ] DevContainers is such a magical thing.
[28:02 ] Rob is digging deep into GitHub actions, and he is starting to build out custom GitHub action tasks for interesting things.
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Clear Measure (Sponsor)
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