Googling around the web, I chance upon an interesting idea to deal with technical debt, dealing with it as you normally do with your code under test. Continue reading
Redis is very fast, even if compared with first class citizen in NoSql world, like RaveDB; here an interesting benchmark post: Redis vs RavenDB – Benchmarks for .NET.
And there’s more: ServiceStack’s C# Redis Client (previously on
CodePlex Google Code) is an open source C# Redis client based on redis-sharp.
Here a good tutorial where to start, and here the NuGet package.
I hope to have the time to play a little bit with it in next days; I will report my experience here in my blog.
Chocolatey is kind of like an apt-get, but for Windows
Many people are starting to realize what an awesome tool NuGet really is. If you don’t believe me, just take a look the statistics. Looking at the NuGet ecosystem out there, I figured it might be a good idea to summarize it in a blogpost, for those who are experiencing trouble with keeping up. If you don’t know where to start, get the overview below and head over to the NuGet documentation.