“Deliberately Ignore” pattern

We all strive to be more precise and at the same time more expressive in code. I came across one more thing that we can do to improve code in some places – I call it “Deliberately Ignore” pattern. One good example is having “switch” statement with default clause. This usually looks like this: One good example is having “switch” statement with default clause. This usually looks like this:

What’s the problem then? For me – I still don’t know if developer meant what is out there. What if there were few more links we don’t know if he
New toolchain for .NET – dotnet CLI

A few months ago Scott Hanselman at the Connect() conference announced dotnet CLI and functionality of native compilation of .NET for linux. As this new toolchain is going to be released with RC2 of ASP.NET in mid-February, I feel this is a good moment to gather all information about it and wrap it around my judgement. TLDR – summary of things for those who like concise form. Introduction to dotnet CLI The new tool is now called dotnet and often referred as dotnet CLI to prevent misunderstandings with .NET. This new tool changes the way we handle builds in ASP.NET Core