LINQ is cool, but why?

I’ve got to use LINQ a fair bit lately. Not to query a database, but on lists with LINQ To Object. Here’s a little test I did using the Aggregate extension.

First .NET Core - .NET Standard experience

The question I had was "What is exact the difference between .NET Core and .NET Standard (and when to use it)?" and "Why should we migrate?". So, the best way to find that out, is to convert an existing project while reading all the documentation.

A humble lesson in maintainability

A while back I needed to process some data that came from a webservice, a weather API. As you may know, these services usually have far more data then you generally need. In my case I just needed 2 values and my first attempt was a bit stringent. Got a great tip on writing maintainable code.