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Continue with blog post in the blog series about .NET Core Worker Service. It will be about Messaging with Worker Service using Azure Service Bus.

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From Bicep to ARM Template specs with Azure DevOps

LinkedIn: Barbara Forbes

Twitter: @Ba4bes

Azure Cosmos DB with ASP.NET Core Web API

LinkedIn: Code Maze

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Publish your first docker image to Azure Container Registry

LinkedIn: Anuraj Parameswaran

Twitter: @anuraj

Publish your first docker image to Azure Container Registry
This article will discuss about configuring Azure Container Registry and publishing first your docker image to Azure Container Registry. Azure Container Registry is a managed, private Docker registry service based on the open-source Docker Registry 2.0. Create and maintain Azure container registries…

How to automate keys renewal on Azure Functions

Azure API Management Healthcheck via Azure Functions

LinkedIn: David Guida

Twitter: @DavideGuida82

Present and verify verifiable credentials in ASP.NET Core using decentralized identities and mattr

Twitter: @damien_bod

EF Core multiple Database providers

LinkedIn: Mohsen Esmailpour

Twitter: @moesmp

EF Core multiple Database providers
Most of the time you don’t need to have multiple database providers, for example, you start with the...

Making the calculator thread-safe

LinkedIn: Andrew Lock

Twitter: @andrewlocknet

Making the calculator thread-safe: Creating a Simple Moving Average calculator in C# - Part 2
In this post I show how to create a thread-safe version of a Simple Moving Average calculator in C#

How to create new microservices easily with dotnet custom templates

LinkedIn: Kristina Devochko

Microservice Architecture

LinkedIn: Jolly Srivastava

Twitter: @Jollysrivastav

Microservice Architecture
Microservices development is often a reflection of how your engineering organization and business units work together. X-axis: Horizontal duplication: Any application, if we want it to make more…

Azure Static Web Apps is production-ready: These are my 5 favorite things

LinkedIn: Dave Brock

Twitter: @daveabrock

Azure Static Web Apps is production-ready: These are my 5 favorite things
In this post, I recap my favorite things about Azure Static Web Apps.

Getting started with GitHub Actions for .NET developers

LinkedIn: Steve Gordon

Twitter: @stevejgordon

Global Exception Handling in ASP.NET Core – Ultimate Guide

LinkedIn: Mukesh Murugan

Twitter: @iammukeshm

Microprocesses: a new architectural design pattern for background jobs on a microservice architecture

LinkedIn: Juanjo Lainez Reche

Microprocesses: a new architectural design pattern for background jobs on a microservice…
Background processes are the biggest forgotten element when implementing microservices and needed in the vast majority of applications. Most of the bibliography about micro-services gravitate around…

Does your heart sink when you're asked to make "small changes" to your ASP.NET applications?

LinkedIn: Jon Hilton

Twitter: @jonhilt

From Layers to Vertical Slices
Stop wasting time on everything else and enjoy turning feature ideas into working code

EventSourcing.NetCore

LinkedIn: Oskar Dudycz

Twitter: @oskar_at_net

oskardudycz/EventSourcing.NetCore
Examples and Tutorials of Event Sourcing in .NET. Contribute to oskardudycz/EventSourcing.NetCore development by creating an account on GitHub.

Understanding How Antiforgerytoken works in ASP.NET Core MVC

Twitter: @referbruv

Understanding How Antiforgerytoken works in ASP.NET Core MVC - Referbruv CodeBlog
The vulnerability of forging requests from another domain instead of the trusted domain to the system is called as the Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF or XSRF). Antiforgerytoken attribute prevents such attacks in aspnetcore applications.

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