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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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Auth0 Actions with Azure Function App

Lost in Azure cloud identity - part 8

LinkedIn: Daniel Krzyczkowski

Twitter: @DKrzyczkowski

How to Build an Event-Driven ASP.NET Core Microservice Architecture

LinkedIn: Christian Zink

How to Build an Event-Driven ASP.NET Core Microservice Architecture
Use RabbitMQ, C#, REST-API and Entity Framework for asynchronous decoupled communication and eventually consistency with integration events and publish-subscribe

Security scanning of third-party dependencies with OWASP dependency check

LinkedIn: Kristina Devochko

How to automate keys renewal on Azure Functions

Azure API Management Healthcheck via Azure Functions

LinkedIn: David Guida

Twitter: @DavideGuida82

Coaching sessions: here’s what I talk about with junior developers

LinkedIn: Dominique St-Amand

Twitter: @DOMZE

Awesome Software Architecture

LinkedIn: Mehdi Hadeli

Twitter: @mehdi_hadeli

mehdihadeli/awesome-software-architecture
A curated list of awesome articles and resources to learn and practice about software architecture, patterns, and principles. - mehdihadeli/awesome-software-architecture

Synchronous Communication between Microservices built in ASP.NET Core

CRUD Operations in ASP.NET Core and SQL Server with Docker

Twitter: @yogihosting

Try This One Weird Trick Russian Hackers Hate

LinkedIn: Brian Krebs

Twitter: @briankrebs

Try This One Weird Trick Russian Hackers Hate
In a Twitter discussion last week on ransomware attacks, KrebsOnSecurity noted that virtually all ransomware strains have a built-in failsafe designed to cover the backsides of the malware purveyors: They simply will not install on a Microsoft Windows computer that…

Modular Monolith: A Primer

LinkedIn: Kamil Grzybek

Twitter: @kamgrzybek

Migrate to ASP.NET Core MVC from ASP.NET Framework MVC

LinkedIn: Joseph Guadagno

Twitter: @jguadagno

Migrate to ASP.NET Core MVC from ASP.NET Framework MVC
.NET has been around for a while and has had many versions. We started the .NET Framework, moved into .NET Core, and now just .NET, kind of sort of :smile:. Keeping your application up with the latest version of .NET can be challenging. There are budgets to consider, time to learn the differences, a…

CI/CD using GitHub Actions Workflow directly from Visual Studio

LinkedIn: Abhijit Jana

Twitter: @AbhijitJana

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