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return JsonConvert.SerializeObject(Process(JsonConvert.Deserialize<SomeClass>(inputStream.ReadToEnd())));


Such a PITA to inspect the intermediate results when debugging a problem. Is it bad data in the input?
Is it bad data being produced by Process? Does the output JSON look like what the client is expecting? Wouldn't you want to do some validation before handing off to Process? What about a try-catch if the deserialization fails? What about a try-catch if Process fails? Sigh | :sigh:
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