Virtual as a code smell*

Lately I noticed I’m essentially treating virtual methods as a code smell, so thought it could result in an interesting blog post.

April 7, 2021 · 5 min · 1040 words · João Antunes

[Redirect Magazine] #22 - Imaginary problems, .NET pipelines, patterns misuse, architecture resources and CI/CD

Another week gone by (and this wasn’t a cold one over here), another bunch of links. Articles “Imaginary problems, the root of bad software” Very nice post on the problems, the real and the imaginary ones, we face on our jobs. After reading I’m pretty confident you can relate. “Pipelines - a guided tour of the new IO API in .NET, part 3” Another really nice article on .NET’s pipelines from Marc Gravell....

August 5, 2018 · 1 min · 192 words · João Antunes

[Redirect Magazine] #2 - Stack Overflow developer survey, general tips, code reviews and some other stuff

Here comes another round of (interesting?) links! Articles “Stack Overflow Developer Survey Results 2018” Always good to check out the state of our world. “Service Fabric is going open source” I’m sharing this not really for the content itself, which is not very thorough on the subject, but because we keep seeing this fundamental shift in Microsoft’s strategy, making more and more stuff open source, and that’s very cool! “I am a mediocre developer “ Yes, it’s an ironic title :) Some good advice over here....

March 18, 2018 · 2 min · 247 words · João Antunes