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Consultant / Speaker / .NET & DNN Developer

Mitchel Sellers is the Founder, CEO, and Director of Development for IowaComputerGurus (ICG). He has personally managed/developed hundreds of successful website and application projects, served as an adjunct technology instructor at Iowa colleges, and is a published author. His many accomplishments have been recognized elevating him to ten-time Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, DNN MVP and Leader of the DNN Technology Group to name a few.

One of my favorite parts about being involved in the software development community is speaking at events.

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Des Moines Azure User Group

Implementing Geo-Redundant AppServices with Azure

Azure PaaS offerings, such as AppService, provide a great benefit not only in ease of management but also with the available options for geo-redundancy and fault tolerance. However, there are important considerations with application architecture and deployment to do things successfully.

Geo-Redundant AppService Slides
DNN Summit 2021

.NET 5 & DNN- Exploring Your Options

As the future of .NET continues to push ahead to .NET 5 and beyond, where do things stand for developers using technology, such as DNN, that are WebForms based? This session explored the options available to those stuck in a similar position.

DNN/.NET 5 Slides
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Latest Blog Posts

Nov 30, 2021

Renaming Tables Safely in Entity Framework Core

I love Entity Framework Core; I do; however, it can sometimes make me want to pull my hair out. Renaming tables is one of those situations for sure, but it can be easy to manage with a bit of planning.

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Nov 09, 2021

.NET 6 is Here, and It Brought Performance With It

.NET 6 has been released to the public and among many new features, application performance has been turbocharged resulting in easily achievable performance gains by simply changing a build target and redeploying. The cheapest performance upgrade you can do.

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Aug 30, 2021

Creating Simple Excel Exports in .NET 5/6

Although a common project request, the creation of Excel documents from code can be a time-consuming endeavor. Introducing NetCore.Utilities.Spreadsheet which allows a single line of code to create consistent Excel exports. ...

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Jun 21, 2021

Unit Testing Extension Methods Such as LogWarning

Extension methods are a way of life for many developers, however, they prevent unique challenges for those striving for good Unit Test coverage within their application. In this post we explore a process that can be used to still leverage the extension methods AND achieve proper code coverage! ...

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