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revised Why does C# allow you to make an override async?
Added note and link that `async void` is discouraged. Doesn't change the main point, but don't want those new to `async` to think it's actually a good idea.
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comment Extension method naming convention
@Konrad - but how long will finding the next localization bug take? IMO it's better not to catch those exceptions, so that you can find the bugs earlier in the development/test cycle.
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comment Is there already a commonly known name for the 'ensure pattern'?
You state "my Ensure method ensures that there is always a populated entity with specified properties" but according to your point #2 it actually does not - if there was a preexisting entity with different properties then you just return it. If you did an insert-or-update instead then it would always have an entity with those properties, and that operation is sometimes called Upsert.
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