In the second post in the series about "secret" features I want to present you for correlations. Learn how to batch messages together.

This post will introduce you to FakeLogger and how it can be used to test logging code when using Microsoft.Extensions.Logging and ILogger.

This new series dives into those not-so-commonly-known features. In the first post, you will learn how to include source code on errors.

Using a couple of available tools you can validate NuGet packages before publishing to Learn how to set it up on GitHub Actions.

Learn how to inject dependencies using keys in ASP.NET Core. With keyed services you can finally inject multiple objects of the same type.

This post will show how to validate JSON files against a JSON Schema as part of a build on Azure DevOps. Never push invalid JSON files again.

Learn about how to set up logging in Azure Functions. With just a few changes, it is easy to improve on what comes from the new project template.

Learn how to set up middleware in ASP.NET Core based on one or more conditions. This can help you run custom code for only specific endpoints.

Visual Studio caches JSON Schema files used for IntelliSense. Learn how to force reload a schema if Visual Studio doesn't pick up the changes.