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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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C# 9.0 Features and Expectations of C# 10

LinkedIn: Juan Alberto España Garcia

🔄 C# 9.0 Features and Expectations of C# 10
The last version of C#, 9.0, was officially released with .NET 5 in November 2020. These days there are rumors of the features of the future version, C# 10.

7 Traits That Make Senior Engineers Stand Out From More Junior Team Members

Twitter: @KarlLHughes

7 Signs You’re a Senior Engineer Now
What does the road to senior engineer look like? To advance from a junior engineering position, you’ll want to make sure you have the following skills.

Real time Dashboard using Azure Cosmos DB, Azure functions , Azure SignalR service and Blazor

LinkedIn: Mangesh Gaherwar

Windows Package Manager 1.0

LinkedIn: Demitrius Nelon

Twitter: @DenelonMs

The Outbox Pattern in Event-Driven ASP.NET Core Microservice Architectures

LinkedIn: Christian Zink

The Outbox Pattern in Event-Driven ASP.NET Core Microservice Architectures
How to Build a Resilient Event-Driven Architecture with RabbitMQ, C#, ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework, and the Transactional Outbox Pattern

Microservices Asynchronous Communication with RabbitMQ and MassTransit

Twitter: @yogihosting

Improve your IaC game in Azure with Template Specs

LinkedIn: Børge Wiik

Improve your IaC game in Azure with Template Specs
If you have worked with IaC (Infrastructure as Code) in Azure you must have stumbled upon Azure Resource Manager templates or just ARM templates. They declaratively describe your Azure resources, so…

Some useful Docker commands make your life easier

LinkedIn: Mohsen Esmailpour

Twitter: @moesmp

Some useful Docker commands make your life easier
In this post, I show some useful docker commands that you may be less familiar with them and they mak...

Do you make this mistake in your .NET Core API project?

LinkedIn: Daniel Kreider

Do you make this mistake in your .NET Core API project?
A common mistake I often see is a .NET API server project that has repeated CRUD operations for each data model. In other words, you have CRUD functions for each data model. And every time a new data…

Testing Azure Functions on Azure DevOps – part 1: setup

LinkedIn: David Guida

Twitter: @DavideGuida82

Testing Azure Functions on Azure DevOps – part 1: setup
In this first article of the Series, we’ll see how to build and setup the testing framework for our Azure Functions.

RestClient.Net 5

LinkedIn: Christian Findlay

Twitter: @CFDevelop

Blazor - with Chris Sainty

LinkedIn: Chris Sainty

Twitter: @chris_sainty

Finding concurrency bugs in a .NET application using Coyote

LinkedIn: Gérald Barré

Twitter: @meziantou

Finding concurrency bugs in a .NET application using Coyote - Gérald Barré
In this post, I describe how to use Coyote, a Microsoft Research project, to find concurrency bugs in a .NET application.

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Build 2021

Building Azure Infrastructure with C#

LinkedIn: Hassan Habib

Twitter: @HassanRezkHabib

CORS in 100 Seconds

Twitter: @fireship_dev


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