C# records are shortcuts (or syntactic sugar) for generating classes or structs. Here I show the generated code, which may help understand when and how records should be used.
How to help the C# compiler pick an extension method when there are multiple matching extension methods in the same namespace.
Various approaches to turning a sequence of characters into every possible combination of those characters.
Introduction to using C# Interactive to run C# line-by-line or from scripts.
How to add and remove security-related HTTP response headers for HTML pages and API endpoints, for .NET web applications hosted in IIS.
How to simply serialize and deserialize an interface with several possible concrete implementations using Json.NET
What looks like a C# collection initializer without a "new" keyword, is in fact a collection appender.