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Building a multi layer .NET Core 3.0 API from zero

Let’s build together a multi layer .NET Core API with the latest framework version and most used patterns

This is my first ever article written. I decided to write because I actually couldn’t find many articles explaining on how to separate your application in multiple layers. I hope you guys enjoy it. :)

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Andre Lopes

Andre Lopes

Full-stack developer | Casual gamer | Clean Architecture passionate

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