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Buyer Beware DShop

In this episode I talk about buying a PC table off of one of the most shocking business I ever come across #DShop
Also i have a look at some crazy prices of video games that i saw on eBay


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propfella : People have the right to put any price they wish on anything they wish. It's not illegal in any way and lycky them if it sells. It's extremely unlikely it will sell, but there's always a very sli, chance it will. Look at what China is currently doing, I've seen goods selling for 3 times the price of the identical item in Australia. BangGood was selling "Spacerail" Level 9 for $289, here in Australia at Toy's R Us it was selling for $99. Somebody purchased the kit from BangGood and probably thought it was a good deal because we all know things are cheaper in China, don't we?

Getting all upset about the prices people put on their belongings is rather childish.If you're not willing to pay what's being asked, ignore it, at least I got a good laugh from your silly head holdng and looks of righteous indignation. I needed a laugh, I just received my 3 large boxes from DShop. Woeful packaging and the contents damaged. Plus one bag of nuts and bolts missing. Plus they scammed me for 2 lots of shipping.
Mickhero : Seems to always be hit or miss for me when it comes to cheaper made furniture. Though it does make it worse when you have to put up with this kind of crap, but hopefully you won't come across a site like that again.
WulfPack1 : That sucks Ken. Sounds like D-shop are a bunch of D-heads who shuck the big D........"D!"
A Volpe : Lol the moral of this story is: always do your DUE DILIGENCE in advance of doing business with anyone or any company!!
A Volpe : Hi Ken, good vid mate, but the sound was a bit low; you can get small freeware programs on Download sites that enable you to boost the maximum volume, as I know the "YouTube Creator" component removed this feature last year.. ;-)
Budget Gaming : Really sorry to hear that you got scammed by that site. This is why I always prefer buying in person at a store where I can see the product.
FightGet : graded retro games aren't a joke m8, they're a scam.
Kujo VanArk : You have one scammer, but in my country 99% are scammers. "It is a Commodore 64 with most keys missing, 5 cracks on the case and cigarette marks all around filthy and smelly. It is a retro pc, a bargain for 3K....." YEAH.......RIGHT!
Arioca : Sorry about that desk, I hope you get your money back! When looking at eBay prices, always check the "Sold Items" box and look there, not at what sellers are currently selling for. That will give you the actual prices the market on eBay is actually selling for and not what the seller is trying to get. Anyone can sell whatever they want for a certain amount of money but it doesn't mean that's the actual market value.
Mackenzie Peters : I'll be sure to avoid these guys Ken but to be honest I never liked the D if you get my meaning. Lol.

Distributed .NET Core (DShop) - Episode 2 [CQRS - Write side, Discounts service, MongoDB repository]

In the second episode, we’re building a new Discounts Service, starting with a typical HTTP API, that will be able to receive and handle a command. During the whole episode, we’re following CQRS approach.

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https://github.com/devmentors/DNC-DShop

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Mohammad Javad Ebrahimi : Good tutorial. For the record, this tutorial was added to this awesome repository. https://github.com/mjebrahimi/Awesome-Microservices-NetCore
Nhật Minh Phạm : Is there any empty project that is available to be built from scratch?
Gerard Uab : Why you are using IMongoRepository instead of inject MongoRepository in DiscountsRepository? It's only for unit testing?
David Henley : Fields then constructor then properties. Rider is correct.

Also you only need JsonConstructor if you have more than one constructor.
Abhinav Kant : At 41:00, why not use dotnet core inbuilt service registration for DI? Instead of autofac
Ильдар И : There are no reasons to create IDiscountRepository, because:
- you can use IMongoRepository from handler
- you can test mocking IMongoRepository
- you will not want to use IMongoRepository.Delete while you will not create delete handler.
just another wrapper over wrapper and repository affection
Krzysztof Miśkiewicz : At the end of the video you showed the code of BindToId method, of course, it's a kind of a hack which helps to not violate the pattern but what about the performance as using the reflection is expensive.
Paul Adaimi : a POST to discount service is not creating a new discounts-service database. The error says :


[16:37:40 ERR] An unhandled exception has occurred while executing the request.
DShop.Common.Types.DShopException: Customer with id: '3b1d48ca-e359-43ef-8e6f-f13c343f8eb1' was not found.
at DShop.Services.Discounts.Handlers.Discounts.CreateDiscountHandler.HandleAsync(CreateDiscount command, ICorrelationContext context) in C:\Users\padaimi\Documents\Tutorials\DNC SHOP\DNC-DShop.Services.Discounts\src\DShop.Services.Discounts\Handlers\Discounts\CreateDiscountHandler.cs:line 52
at DShop.Common.Dispatchers.CommandDispatcher.SendAsync[T](T command) in C:\Users\padaimi\Documents\Tutorials\DNC SHOP\DNC-DShop.Common\src\DShop.Common\Dispatchers\CommandDispatcher.cs:line 19
at DShop.Common.Dispatchers.Dispatcher.SendAsync[TCommand](TCommand command) in C:\Users\padaimi\Documents\Tutorials\DNC SHOP\DNC-DShop.Common\src\DShop.Common\Dispatchers\Dispatcher.cs:line 20
at DShop.Services.Discounts.Controllers.DiscountsController.Post(CreateDiscount command) in C:\Users\padaimi\Documents\Tutorials\DNC SHOP\DNC-DShop.Services.Discounts\src\DShop.Services.Discounts\Controllers\DiscountsController.cs:line 45
at lambda_method(Closure , Object )
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ActionMethodExecutor.TaskOfActionResultExecutor.Execute(IActionResultTypeMapper mapper, ObjectMethodExecutor executor, Object controller, Object[] arguments)
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ControllerActionInvoker.InvokeActionMethodAsync()
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ControllerActionInvoker.InvokeNextActionFilterAsync()
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ControllerActionInvoker.Rethrow(ActionExecutedContext context)
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ControllerActionInvoker.Next(State& next, Scope& scope, Object& state, Boolean& isCompleted)
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ControllerActionInvoker.InvokeInnerFilterAsync()
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ResourceInvoker.InvokeFilterPipelineAsync()
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Internal.ResourceInvoker.InvokeAsync()
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Builder.RouterMiddleware.Invoke(HttpContext httpContext)
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Diagnostics.DeveloperExceptionPageMiddleware.Invoke(HttpContext context)




Any help?
Gary Palima : Thanks for this tutorial. Do you have any repositories conversion that will use for SQL Server.
Dheeraj Uthaiah : Thank you very much for this tutorial!!

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