I’ve become a huge fan of the Clean Architecture pattern when working on .NET API’s. I won’t go into a ton of detail here, as there are a lot of great resources out there on the subject already, including from the person that I first learned it from, Jason Taylor…

I’ve run into issues a couple of times now when working in Visual Studio Code where OmniSharp seems to lose itself. Intellisense isn’t working, nor are the CTRL+. operations working. I’ve tried restarting OmniSharp, restarting VSCode, and even restarting my computer, but nothing seems to get it working again.

There…

One of my favorite things to do at work with my fellow engineers is to “geek out”. Whether it’s exploring new technologies, helping, or getting help from my fellow engineers, or participating in a proof-of-concept demo, Design Jam’s are a terrific way to get your team together for learning, exploring…

Podcasts are a great way to pass the time when you’re doing chores, doing your daily commute, or even walking the doggo’s. This will be a short post on my part, but I thought it would be worth posting which podcasts I listen to regularly and why. Since this is…

One of the toughest subjects for me to tackle as a professional web developer has been CORS. If you type in “I hate CORS” into Google, you might be surprised at how many results you’ll get (or maybe not…). I get why we use CORS. And it seems simple enough…

Traditional ASP.NET API Controllers

When working with ASP.NET API’s, it’s common practice to have a controller class defined that represents the set of endpoints for a given resource. For example, if your API is working with a Contact resource, the controller will have several endpoints defined, maybe something like the following:

  • GET /contacts
  • GET…

Static System Resources

When writing unit tests in C#, one question that often comes up is how to mock static resources, and which static resources make sense to mock in the first place. I tend to think of this in terms of whether or not the static resource is doing something that I…

Jamie Nordmeyer

I’m a Full-stack Software Engineer and Architect living and working in the Portland, OR Metro area, specializing in .NET and web technologies.

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