There are tons of lists out there for the best Visual Studio Code extensions. However most are focused on general productivity or front-end development, with very few recommendations for .NET Core/C#. For that reason I decided to put this list together to help anyone else in the same boat.
Find out what they’re for and how to write them for typical .NET applications
Lots of software gets built with less than perfect requirements. The results are typically less than ideal. Requirements need to be clear and precise but there’s more to delivering a high quality feature than just making sure all the requirements are met.
Technical debt directly affects the quality of the product you deliver to your customers. But the term itself takes on different meanings depending on who you talk to.
Developers enjoy building everything from scratch but often times the allure of doing so isn’t worth the cost it will incur.
Every back-end application needs to have a proper testing strategy in place to ensure the service adheres to its quality goals.
Learn how to optimize your workspace for pair programming.
Pair programming is exhausting. The level of focus required takes more energy than working by yourself. Learn to use it when it’s the most advantageous.