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Through his career, Tore has worked with everything from low-level programming in assembler to building event-driven applications with the CQRS architecture. Everyday, he works to educate developers where he likes to share his experiences from his various projects.
Tore also works as CodeBuddy for Edge's customers around the world where he coaches development teams in various architecture and security issues.
As a person, Tore is constantly curious about new technologies and his motto "You don't know anything until you can explian it to others" is his guiding star.
- Tore took two evening-classes in Basic programming when he was 11-12 years old
- He developed a home-built Sega Megadrive hardware development kit
- Tore is part of the Atari ST demo-group SYNC
- Web Security
- Micro services
- Programmers Heaven
- C# School E-book
Blogposts by Tore
.NET 5 Source Generators - MediatR - CQRS - OMG!
In this blog post we will explore how we can use the new source generator feature in .NET 5 to automatically generate an API for a system using the MediatR library and the CQRS pattern.
Are you ready for .NET 5?
.NET 5 will be released in November, and we have compiled a list of the news we can expect.
Storing the ASP.NET Core Data Protection Key Ring in Azure Key Vault
While developing my latest course IdentityServer in Production, I discovered that there was a lack of support for storing the data protection key ring in Azure Key Vault. In this blog post I will explain how I implemented this support.
We are constantly working to develop new courses. One of the courses in progress is “Securing ASP.NET using OpenID Connect and IdentityServer” which we plan to offer shortly, both remotely and on site.
4 important aspects in web security 2020
A lot of things are constantly happening in the web security realm, but which are the things we should focus on and be aware of in 2020? To help you out, I have made a list of the things to keep an eye on.
Exploring the non-nullable type warnings in C# 8
C# 8 will bring us many new exciting features, and personally my favorite feature is the non-nullable type one.
Course update: .NET Core 3.x and C# 8
.NET Core 3.0 and C# 8 will be released at the end of September, of course we keep our courses up to date.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure
This is a guide for you who want to work with document databases. I describe how I got RavenDB to work on a regular Windows Server 16 virtual machine which in turn runs in the Azure cloud.