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In preparation for the next blog (Set up CD using Azure DevOps) in the blog series about .NET Core Worker Service (https://sergeydotnet.com/net-core-worker-service/), I will create a number of small blog posts. Working on the second one Add Server to the Azure DevOps Deployment Group. Take a look at the preview version here. And the third one is Add user to the Azure Windows Server and preview is here.

Blogs

Read Configuration values in ASP.NET Core

Twitter: @code_guide

https://procodeguide.com/programming/read-configuration-values-asp-net-core/

TOP 20 BLAZOR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – WITH CODE SNIPPETS

Twitter: @justdebugdotnet

Top 20 Blazor Questions and Answers – with Code Snippets

BUILDING AN AZURE STATIC WEB APP WITH GRAPHQL

LinkedIn: Aaron Powell

Twitter: @slace

Building an Azure Static Web App With GraphQL | LINQ to Fail
Let’s go build something!

An Insight Into How Uber Scaled From A Monolith To A Microservice Architecture

LinkedIn: 8bitmen.com

Twitter: @8bitmenonline

An Insight Into How Uber Scaled From A Monolith To A Microservice Architecture

.NET for Beginners

LinkedIn: Dustin Moris Gorski

Twitter: @dustinmoris

.NET for Beginners - Dusted Codes
Last night I came across this question on Reddit: <blockquote> <header><h5><a href=“https://ww...

Introducing the Microsoft Azure Well-Architected Framework

LinkedIn: Erin Rifkin

Twitter: @erinrifkin

Introducing the Microsoft Azure Well-Architected Framework
As the technology requirements of your business or practice grow and change over time, deploying business-critical applications can increase complexity and overhead substantially.

Blazor July 2020 Sprint

Participate in Blazor Development and contribute to the Blazor project

https://github.com/dotnet/aspnetcore/wiki/Blazor-July-2020-Sprint

Pics

Microsoft, Azure, Visual Studio Photography Collection

https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

Azure architecture icons

Azure Icons - Azure Architecture Center
Icons for use in building architecture diagrams for Azure

Tools

VS Code Docker extension can now run containers in Azure Container Instances

LinkedIn: Mike Morton

Twitter: @BigMorty

VS Code Docker extension can now run containers in Azure Container Instances - Open Source Blog
In this extension release, you can now view and troubleshoot containers deployed in Azure Container Instances (ACI) from within VS Code.

Tutorials

Quickstart: Deploy a container instance in Azure using the Docker CLI

Quickstart - Deploy Docker container to container instance - Docker CLI - Azure Container Instances
In this quickstart, you use the Docker CLI to quickly deploy a containerized web app that runs in an isolated Azure container instance

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