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My name is Daniel Donbavand. I'm a Software Developer, Pluralsight Author and Graduate Team Lead based in Wellington, New Zealand.


Latest Articles

HttpClientFactory .NET Core 2.1

The HttpClientFactory allows you to create HttpClient instances to be used in your application. The HttpClientFactory provides a central location for naming and configuring HttpClients that you are able to pre-configure allowing you to access specific services.

Working with Amazon S3 in .NET Core 2.0

Amazon S3 is a simple storage service that allows you to store, retrieve and delete objects in the cloud. Amazon S3 is highly scalable, reliable and fast storage solution. This post covers how to interact with Amazon S3 within a .NET Core 2.0 WebAPI.

ASP.NET Core 2.0: Input Validation - Creating a Problem Factory

When creating Web APIs we create endpoints that people can use to interact with our Web Service. Often these endpoints will have a parameter that we can enter as part of the request. These parameters that someone can enter are what we want to make sure we validate on.