Sunday, April 10 2016 code-gardening
Write documentation comments on every method, every member. Well written documentation comments make it easier to understand the intent of the code that you’ve written. This will assist any developer who comes along after you - which might just be you, in six months time.
Saturday, April 16 2016 code-gardening
Validate the arguments provided to all methods. Everyone knows that good diagnostics make it easier to troubleshoot issues - validating method arguments at the start of a method gives you an opportunity to detect issues earlier, and to give better information.
Monday, April 18 2016 sharpen-the-saw
In this edition: Advice about code reviews, an alternative to Visual Studio, NSubstitute for testing, about the best students, integrity and availability threats and an NDC talk on SOLID principles.