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I started to work on Set up CD using Azure DevOps in the blog series about .NET Core Worker Service. It will be in two parts just because it is quite a lot. Preview is here: Part 1 and Part 2.

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Handling concurrency in an ASP.NET Core Web API with Dapper

LinkedIn: Carl Rippon

Twitter: @carlrippon

Handling concurrency in an ASP.NET Core Web API with Dapper
This post covers how to handle concurrency in an ASP.NET Core Web API with a SQL backend and Dapper

Mediator Pattern in ASP .Net Core 3.1

LinkedIn: Wolfgang Ofner

Twitter: @WoflgangOfner

Mediator Pattern in ASP .Net Core 3.1 – Programming with Wolfgang
The mediator pattern is a behavioral design pattern that helps to reduce chaotic dependencies between objects by coordinating the communication.

AzureFunBytes Short - @Azure Storage

LinkedIn: Jay Gordon

Twitter: @jaydestro

AzureFunBytes Short - @Azure Storage
AzureFunBytes - A Twitch show on how to use all the fundamentals that are Microsoft Azure. This time...

How to fully initialize types in their constructor with C# nullable using the async factory pattern

LinkedIn: Carmel Eve

Twitter: @Carmel_Eve

How to fully initialize types in their constructor with C# nullable using the async factory pattern | endjin
This blog gives an example of a pattern used for asynchronous initialisation. This pattern allows you to construct readonly objects. It also allows you to use the new nullable references features to ensure your classes are always fully instantiated.

Getting Started with Terraform on Azure: Tips and Tricks

LinkedIn: Luke Orellana

Twitter: @LukeOrellana

Getting Started with Terraform on Azure: Tips and Tricks
Infrastructure as Code is complex and requires you to jump through many hoops. In this guide we review some practical tips and tricks to be mindful of when developing infrastructure.

Creating a Progressive Web App with Blazor WebAssembly

LinkedIn: Peter Vogel

Creating a Progressive Web App with Blazor WebAssembly -- Visual Studio Magazine
Not surprisingly, it’s dead easy to create an app in Blazor that runs outside of the browser window and (potentially) in an offline mode. Before you get carried away, though, there are some key design decisions to make.

Detecting duplicate routes in ASP.NET Core

LinkedIn: Andrew Lock

Twitter: @andrewlocknet

Detecting duplicate routes in ASP.NET Core: Visualizing ASP.NET Core 3.0 endpoints using GraphvizOnline - Part 5
In this post I show how you can use a unit test to identify duplicate routes that would fail at runtime

ANNOUNCING IMAGESHARP 1.0.0

Twitter: @SixLabors

Announcing ImageSharp 1.0.0 | Six Labors
It’s time to celebrate! We are very excited to announce the release of ImageSharp 1.0.0 final. You can download it today...

Azure DevOps Pipelines: Multi-Stage Pipelines

LinkedIn: Eric Anderson

Twitter: @elanderson21

Azure DevOps Pipelines: Multi-Stage Pipelines

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How Azure App Configuration helps developers roll out new features | Azure Friday

LinkedIn: Scott Hanselman and Jimmy Campbell

Twitter: @shanselman

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