Stop wasting time digging into complex collections in the VS Watch Window!

I’ve always hated comparing two collection during debugging… Working with Visual Studio’s Watch window is relatively easy when you’re working with small, flat collections – but understanding and finding data in complex collections with complex objects and/or thousands of items is nearly impossible! You end up staring at something like this: And then you find yourself […]

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How to MongoDB in C# – Part 2

Recap on MongoDB for .NET In the previous post, we mainly talked about MongoDB’s object-mapping inside C#. We will continue our introduction, but this time with MongoDB’s core ingredients. When you add MongoDB to your project using NuGet, Three new references will be added to your project: Let’s explore them: MongoDB.Bson contains the code for the Bson object […]

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