Anyone who has worked with me knows I’m fairly prolific. I tend to write a lot of reusable library & framework code. I hate writing the same code twice, so most of the code I write is reusable and ends up in libraries. Over the years I’ve built up a rather massive set of my own personal C# libraries.
I’ve started work reorganizing my C# libraries so they can be put up on NuGet. Some code is quite old so I’ll likely modernize it to use newer C# features. I already have some unit tests, but I’ll likely add some more. Putting everything up is a large undertaking but I’ll put pieces up as I go along.
Due to being me, I’ll certainly write new stuff along the way. Which is actually how I got here. As part of my Adventures in .NET Core I started writing a backend framework. I’ve written this sort of thing previously for clients and it makes backend development much quicker, easier and more standardized. But I’ve never written one of my own. Writing it for myself means I don’t have to compromises or worry about deadlines, so this should be fun.