Getting Started with .NET Core Clean Architecture
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Get Started with .NET Core Clean Architecture!
Are you a student or professional in the field of software engineering or maybe contemplating an educational or career move to the software engineering world? Have you been looking for a quick and easy way to get up and running with .NET Core coupled with Clean Architecture and don’t want to go through an overwhelming amount of material just to get your environment setup and ready for building your own apps that interact with data? Don’t worry as THIS IS THE COURSE FOR YOU!
In my course, I will teach you how to get your environment setup for .NET Core MVC, SQL Server 2017, Dependency Injection, MediatR, AutoMapper and help you to build your first set of apps that apply a Clean Architecture design pattern through a step–by–step guided approach.
Take this course and feel proud of the fact that you will be one step closer towards the rewarding field of Software Engineering using .NET technologies!
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22 reviews for Getting Started with .NET Core Clean Architecture
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Benny Sasson –
It’s a very basic course on Clean Architecture.
David Zeindler –
Sagar Jagadeesh –
Jason Pesant –
Nice and clear!
Hassan Gulzar –
This course is excellent for beginners to enterprise frameworks. For seasoned developers embracing Blazor and .Net Core 3, this leave much to be desired: Caching, Web Project also working through API, Pagination on grids, complex search parameters and Predicates etc.
Marcel Burger –
Nice complete walkthrough of a clean architecture project. I would have liked it if different presentation layers were used (Desktop, Browser, Mobile). The dependancy injection advantage is still not very clear to me. You still have dependancies to the ‘services’ which you inject into the constructor. So what does it solve? That you can use one liners which are more difficult to understand while reading? The same applies to CQRS and automapper. I’m not sure what the advantages are using all the extra layers. They still depend on eachother.
Filipe Coelho –
Really enjoyed the course and it’s very simple and straight to the point discussion on the subjects, however, instructor keeps saying eventually we’ll add…, which most weren’t added to the course. Also, from what I’ve seen, there are a few 4/5 month not answered questions on the Q/A.
Most of the videos blurring .nothing are to be clear. difficult to view
Eric Ellingsen –
His choice of words feels extremely effective. Clear, clutterless.
Rafael Alejandro Sanchez Guayasamin –
Requires more explanations for intermediate level students
Eduardo Mateo Maneff –
Hay puntos al comienzo que ya los sabia. Pero esta bueno repasar.
Abdulkarim Zrik –
Thanks instructor for clean and simple steps with explanation for each step
Muddu Krishna –
The course was very clear, explained step by step in depth.
Clive Harding –
This was an excellent course. Excellently presented and easy to understand. I would recommend any video/course that Innovative Institution host anytime!
Ntwali patrick –
this course gives you better foundation for clean architecture in a very reasonable amount of time.
Sushil Singh –
Alireza Moghadamzadeh –
I’ve enjoyed watching this course, it’s nicely represented and implementation is going through in a understandable way. Thank you.
Ganesh Sanap –
Jeff Penrod –
My experience with VS 16.8.6 (2019) is different.
Mario Ferrante –
I think that this course is not about Clean Architecture, it’s just a very very simple tutorial based on a classic three layer application. Useless for newbie, because many concepts are not well explained, motivated or argumented. Useless for senior developers or architects, because this course is very basic.
Rowelson Longatang –