André Carlucci

Skeptic .net development

You don’t always need a database

As we begin a new project, we quickly start thinking about what kind of database we are going to use. Options like Oracle, SqlServer, Mysql or even a NoSql database like Mongo or Cassandra always pop up like a good choice. However, such databases each occupy tens or hundreds of megabytes (gigas?) on disk, besides […]

Continuous testing for .net core

Visual Studio 2017 is already there and it’s awesome. One of the best features I’ve seen is the Live Unit Testing. The bad news is: it does not yet support .net core :( It’s not the same, but one thing you can use to automatically run your tests every time you change some file is […]

How to add a project reference to a .net core library from another solution

I was debugging one .net core application and to solve a problem I had to change the code in the application and in a referenced .net core library at the same time. One way to achieve this when both are in the same solution is to reference the library setting its target as project in […]

Palestra Arquitetura de Software – DNAD 2012

Pessoas, Depois de muito enrolar, finalmente lembrei de colocar a palestra que ministrei no DNAD 2012 aqui no blog. De Procedures à ESBs, 10 anos de um Sistema on Prezi

Procura-se estagiário para a Way2

A Way2 Tecnologia está com vaga mais 2 vagas para estágio em desenvolvimento (25/05/2012). Dê uma olhada nos detalhes abaixo, você se qualifica?