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AWS Secret Storage

AWS Secret Storage

Working with any form of a secret in development such as usernames, connection strings, passwords, etc is always difficult. Simply finding a convenient and efficient way of storing them without putting them in source control can be a daunting task. While there are many ways of handling this such as dotNet secrets, Azure Key Vault, and Hashicorp Vault. I, however, decided to go with AWS’s secret manager.

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C# 7.1 Update

C# 7.1 Update

Last month Microsoft released¬†Visual Studio 2017.3 and with it C#’s latest minor upgrade C# 7.1! ¬†C#’s latest update includes four new (very useful) features that I am honestly very excited about.

  • async Main method
  • default literal expressions
  • inferred tuple names

Below I’ll go into some detail on each of the new features and show some examples of each, along with how to update your current project to the new C#7.1 update.

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