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Hands-On Design Patterns with C# and .NET Core

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  • How code can be made more flexible by applying SOLID principles
  • Effectively apply TDD to any .NET Core project development
  • Implement GoF design patterns like Factory, Decorator, Observer, Abstract, Builder, Composite and Template
  • Efficient database migration, data persistence and testing techniques
  • Convert a console application to a web application by choosing an accurate MVP
  • Write asynchronous, multithreaded and parallel code in the most preferred way 
  • Working with reactive extensions like RxJS and integrating Angular with MVVM 
  • Implement CQRS to update data from separate interfaces
  • Walk-through of the microservices, serverless programming and cloud computing

Design Patterns, essentially are reusable solutions to common programming problems. When used correctly, they address crucial software requirements with ease and reduced costs. This book will uncover effective ways to use design patterns specific to both C# and .NET Core 2.0. The book will also demonstrate the implementation of these patterns through executable code.

The book begins with an overview of Object Oriented Programming and SOLID principles. You will learn about the importance of design patterns in C# and .NET Core and how the Gang of Four patterns can be used in an application. The book will build an application while showing the implementation of Builder, Decorator, Factory, Visitor, and Strategy patterns. You will learn about patterns used for concurrent programming in .NET Core. You will also learn about functional and reactive programming in C# and .NET Core. The book will take you through design patterns for modern architectures like microservices, serverless and cloud native.

By the end of the book, you will be able to efficiently address common problems faced while developing applications and be comfortable working on scalable and maintainable projects of any size.

  • Improve your programming practices by implementing efficient design patterns for C# and .NET 
  • Explore useful design patterns for functional and reactive programming
  • Discover how to work effectively with microservice and serverless architectures.
Page Count 437
Course Length 13 hours 6 minutes
Date Of Publication 28 May 2019


Gaurav Aroraa

Gaurav Aroraa has an M.Phil in computer science. He is a Microsoft MVP, a lifetime member of Computer Society of India (CSI), an advisory member of IndiaMentor, certified as a scrum trainer/coach, XEN for ITIL-F, and APMG for PRINCE-F and PRINCE-P. Gaurav is an open source developer, a contributor to TechNet Wiki, and the founder of Ovatic Systems Private Limited. In 20+ years of his career, he has mentored thousands of students and industry professionals. You can tweet Gaurav on his Twitter handle @g_arora.

Jeffrey Chilberto

Jeffrey Chilberto is a software consultant specializing in the Microsoft technical stack including Azure, BizTalk, ASP.Net, MVC, WCF and SQL Server with experience in a wide range of industries including banking, telecommunications and health care in the United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.