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Episode Info: ou can just … program? Scaffolding, so it’s a starting off point that you edit.Performance.System boundaries.Some uses work best when built into your build pipeline.Think about automatically generating code to match your DB at compile time, like a T4 generator for Entity Framework.It’s often easier to express the code to be generated in a language neutral representation so that it can be output in multiple languages.Something like System.CodeDom comes to mind.These generators don’t need to be complex.And the output doesn’t always need to be code. It could be XML, JSON, etc.Resources We Like The Pragmatic Programmer by Andrew Hunt, David Thomas (Amazon)The Pragmatic Bookshelf (pragprog.com) C# and .NET Core scripting with the “dotnet-script” global tool (hanselman.com)Using the CodeDOM (docs.microsoft.com) Johnny Dangerously (1984) (IMDb)Tip of the Week Within Visual Studio Code, after you use CTRL+F to find some text in your current document, you can take it a step further by pressing ALT+ENTER to enter into block selection/edit mode.Turn learning Vi into a game with VIM Adventures. (vim-adventures.com)Never confuse forward Slash with back Slash again.know the difference between forward and back slash pic.twitter.com/y0yxr1AmGX— David Neal (@reverentgeek) October 20, 2016 ...
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