Monthly Archives: May 2016

My OSS CI/CD Pipeline

As far back as I’ve been doing open source, I’ve borrowed other project’s build scripts. Because build scripts are almost always committed with source control, you get to see not only other projects’ code, but how they build, test and … Continue reading 

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AutoMapper 5.0 Beta released

This week marks a huge milestone in AutoMapper-land, the beta release of the 5.0 work we’ve been doing over the last many, many months. In the previous release, 4.2.1, I obsoleted much of the dynamic configuration API in favor of … Continue reading 

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Entities aren’t resources, resources aren’t representations

One of the easy mistakes in building a REST API is trying to take your rows out of the database and expose them directly as JSON. Such technology exists, where you can directly expose stored procedures as SOAP web services, … Continue reading 

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