Publishing .net standard nuget package with GitHub Actions

A small blog post about using GitHub Actions to publish nuget package.

Not Cool, YouTube! Not Cool.

This is really really annoying. Coming from a company owned by Google, you would expect some intelligence, but I guess you can't expect that. A little bit of background, I work at Rokt. Probably few people know about Rokt, we are a marketing tech company, we display targeted advertisements to users, and the rest is... Continue Reading →

The BeeHive Architecture

Proposing a software architecture that supports unlimited number of plugable components. I am introducing the BeeHive architecture. Please feel free to provide your feedback and point out the problems. I would very much appreciate that.

Managed Extensibility Framework –

Introduction Before I begin lets discuss about a common development scenario and how we might deal with it - Suppose we have a requirement as follows (This was a real-time scenario once for me )- The system will collect table data from flat files, ¬†like - plain text (txt). The task is to collect column... Continue Reading →

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