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Started to work on how to create as simple as possible scheduling and exception handling for .NET Core Worker Services. This is next blog post in the blog series about .NET Core Worker Service.

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Sync Azure App Configuration with GitHub Actions

LinkedIn: Sven Malvik

Twitter: @SvenMalvik

Sync Azure App Configuration with GitHub Actions
Combining the old and the new way of configuration management

Testing Azure Functions on Azure DevOps – part 1: setup

LinkedIn: David Guida

Twitter: @DavideGuida82

How To Be Productive And Healthy When Working From Home

LinkedIn: Viktors Telle

Twitter: @ViktorsTelle

How To Be Productive And Healthy When Working From Home
I will share my experience, daily routine, and tips on how to manage your day to be productive at work, stay healthy, and also spend time with your family.

STORING UTC IS NOT A SILVER BULLET

Noda Time

LinkedIn: Jon Skeet

Twitter: @jonskeet

Adding speech capability to your chatbot using Bot Framework and Azure Speech Services

LinkedIn: Jamie Maguire

Twitter: @jamie_maguire1

App Trimming in .NET 5

LinkedIn: Sam Spencer

Twitter: @samsp

Import existing Azure DNS Zone into Pulumi

LinkedIn: Evgeny Borzenin

Twitter: @EvgenyBorzenin

ASP.NET Core Configuration – Configuration Providers

LinkedIn: Vladimir Pecanac

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Seeding data in EF Core using SQL scripts

LinkedIn: Dejan Stojanovic

Twitter: @stojanovicdeja

Seeding data in EF Core using SQL scripts
Another way of seeding data in EF Core

Automatically find latent bugs in your code with .NET 5

LinkedIn: Jonathon Marolf

Twitter: @JonathonMarolf

Playing with EF Core 5 and Stack Overflow Data

LinkedIn: Phil Scott

Twitter: @Philco78

Playing with EF Core 5 and Stack Overflow Data
How to populate a test database with real data from a Stack Overflow site, and generate a DbContext to query it.

Working with MongoDB in ASP.NET Core – Ultimate Guide

LinkedIn: Mukesh Murugan

Twitter: @codewithmukesh

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