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Running .NET on the Raspberry Pi

I recently got my hands on an older Raspberry Pi, which was a great excuse to see if I could get .NET running on it! If you're interested in playing around with a Pi or just want to see what it's like to get one running, then you're in the right place. I'll take you through setting it up, installing some programs and compiling some C# on…

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cURL to Postman

Postman is a fantastic tool for testing any HTTP endpoint. But if you're using your browser to look around and you find something of interest it can be a pain to recreate the request in Postman and copy across all the headers. There must be a better way! Turns out there is! Chrome and Postman both have support for cURL which makes it easy…

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Dynamically calling a Function in FSharp

Sometimes you just want to make a dynamic call. There is no equivalent for Func<>.DynamicInvoke in FSharpFunc so I guess we'll have to roll our own. In this post I'll go though how to build a function called dynamicInvoke which you use like this: let sayHello name = printfn "Hello %s!" name let objectResult = dynamicInvoke…

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Comparing MicroBus and MediatR

Mediators are an excellent addition to the developer toolbox. Allowing you to define a pipeline that is decoupled from any particular framework. Having a pipeline makes it easy to deal with cross cutting concerns like security, transaction, validation and others. For these reasons and more using a Mediator has become quite a popular choic…

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