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Continue to work with 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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How to integrate Swagger UI in a .NET Core Web API application

LinkedIn: Romans Pokrovskis

Twitter: @motivated_it

How to integrate Swagger UI in a .NET Core Web API application | Amoenus Dev
Swagger tooling allows you to generate beautiful API documentation, including a UI to explore and test operations, directly from your routes, controllers and models. Setting it up is simple but requires some code changes. To enable swagger integratio...

gRPC in ASP.NET Core – Ultimate Guide for Getting Started

LinkedIn: Mukesh Murugan

Twitter: @codewithmukesh

The future of .NET Standard

LinkedIn: Immo Landwerth

Twitter: @terrajobst

ASP.NET Core Configuration – Azure Key Vault

LinkedIn: Vladimir Pecanac

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Introducing the new Azure Tables Client Libraries

LinkedIn: Christopher Scott

Securing ASP.NET Core WebApi with an API Key

LinkedIn: Dominique St-Amand

Twitter: @DOMZE

Testing Azure Functions on Azure DevOps – part 2: the pipeline

LinkedIn: Davide Guida

Twitter: @DavideGuida82

Testing Azure Functions on Azure DevOps - part 2: the pipeline - Davide Guida
In this last article of the Series, we’re going to see how we can setup the testing pipeline for our Azure Functions on Azure DevOps.

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.

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Blazor for ASP.NET Web Forms Developers

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Deploying and Scaling Blazor Server Apps

LinkedIn: Carl Franklin

Twitter: @carlfranklin

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