Printf("%s %s", dependency, injection).

DbContextExtensions: An approach to managing the EF Core DbContext

Where does all the effort go? Looking at Python core developer activity

Issue #109

10/19/2021

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Printf("%s %s", dependency, injection).

Published: 15 October 2021
Tags: functional, oop


Dependency injection (DI) is a term that gets tossed around a good bit, but can actually have different meanings depending on the context. Fredrik Holmqvist's article explores DI used in the functional context in languages like Haksell, Lisp, and JavaScript, and then translates it into an OOP example.

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DbContextExtensions: An approach to managing the EF Core DbContext

Published: 17 October 2021
Tags: csharp


Since you just had a refresher on DI concepts in the article above, what better way is there to transition into this article by Philipp Wagner that applies it to the EntityFramework Core in C#. In this extensive article, Philipp implements an app for the Data Access Layer, using DbContextScope to keep track of the who, what, where, and how.

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Where does all the effort go? Looking at Python core developer activity

Published: 18 October 2021
Tags: python, sql


Doing a meta analysis of merges/commits to a software project can tell you a lot about the characteristics of the code. Łukasz Langa's concise article does precisely that, by analyzing the CPython repo. Łukasz presents the hot parts of the codebase, who is contributing and where, and stats for merging a PR. Not super technically heavy, but some interesting data to explore.

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