The Crafting Strider

Raman But-Husaim’s personal webblog. Ideas, tech articles born through the life of a software engineer

.NET Weekly #97 (17.09 - 23.09)

Cloud & Web

  1. Leakage-Resilient Client-side Deduplication of Encrypted Data in Cloud Storage
  2. React vs. Vue (vs. Angular)
  3. Introduction to Docker – Deploy a multi-container application
  4. Expanding DNSSEC Adoption
  5. Magecart are coming for you, are you ready?
  6. Psst! Here’s why ReasonReact is the best way to write React
  7. The future of ASP.NET SignalR
  8. Running ASP.NET Core content negotiation by hand

Tooling & Libraries

  1. Cloudflare goes InterPlanetary - Introducing Cloudflare’s IPFS Gateway
  2. Electron 3.0.0
  3. Why deploying Akka.NET on IIS may be a bad idea
  4. LLVM 7.0.0 Release Notes
  5. Next.js 7
  6. GitLab - Add mercurial to CVS
  7. ReactXP - A library for building cross-platform apps, by Microsoft

Architecture & Databases

  1. Announcing TimescaleDB 1.0 - The first enterprise-ready time-series database to support full SQL and scale
  2. MongoDB server leaks 11 million user records from e-marketing service
  3. CrimsonDb - A Self-Designing Key-Value Store
  4. MongoDB Performance Tuning - Everything You Need to Know
  5. Network segmentation in modern environments
  6. AMQP. The Road Ahead.

Programming Languages

  1. FSharp - Give me Monsters! (Part 5)
  2. Understanding The Memcached Source Code - Slab I
  3. Fear of Decoupling
  4. Typing is not a programming bottleneck
  5. How we integrate Rust with C#
  6. Debug considerations for high level system architecture
  7. CSharp 7.2 and 7.3 updates for stackalloc
  8. Implementing Self-Organizing Maps with .NET Core


  1. WebAssembly Load Times and Performance
  2. Improving DataView performance in V8
  3. Announcing .NET Framework 4.8 Early Access build 3646
  4. Announcing Cumulative Updates for .NET Framework for Windows 10 October 2018 Update
  5. Incorrect behavior when TieredCompilation is enabled


  1. Linux 4.19-rc4 released, an apology, and a maintainership note
  2. Get This Fantastic Book about .NET Memory Management!
  3. How to fail as a new engineering manager