Database security is underrated topic. The majority of projects are using single user for all database calls. Doesn't matter if you have several machines accessing your database or users, everyone should access it with his own name.
How to remove a problem or outdated nuget sources.
How to migrate a Git repository to another server.
.NET Core gives you plenty of options to give a proper response, however, while you work in the microservices environment it would be great to have a standard way to format data in responses. In this post, I will share with you some ideas I implemented in my recent projects.
In 2020, the project seems to be unthinkable without proper CI/CD process setup. There's plenty of platforms to satisfy anyone's taste. The only concern is to define the right strategy that fits your needs.
It can be a good idea to centralise user related endpoints in one place, and if having Identity Server in your infrastructure can be the right place for it. However, it can be not that trivial like it may seem. In this post I will describe the configuration needed for running local Api's on Identity Server.