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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.

Recorded new eposide "Cloud stories from Norway" together with Johan L. Brattås. Thanks for invitaion to Maxim Salnikov. Follow this twitter account @MSDevNo for the information about all technical events from Norway organized by Microsoft.

Blogs

12 Things you Should Know when Implementing Azure DevOps in your Organization

LinkedIn: Daniel Scott-Raynsford

Twitter: @dscottraynsford

Razor Page CRUD in ASP.NET Core with jQuery AJAX – Ultimate Guide

LinkedIn: Mukesh Murugan

Twitter: @codewithmukesh

Securing Requests from Angular to Web API With Access Tokens

LinkedIn: Vladimir Pecanac

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Using GitHub Codespaces with .NET Core

LinkedIn: Tim Heuer

Twitter: @timheuer

Bringing the browser developer tools to Visual Studio Code

Bringing the browser developer tools to Visual Studio Code
Last year, we released the experimental “Elements for VS Code” extension, giving developers the option of embedding the browser developer to

Courses

Microservices Communication in ASP.NET Core

LinkedIn: Gill Cleeren

Twitter: @gillcleeren

Microservices Communication in ASP.NET Core
This course will teach you how to architect a microservice-based application and show how to organize the communication between different microservices as well as the different front-ends.

Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app with Azure Static Web Apps

Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app with Azure Static Web Apps - Learn
Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app with Azure Static Web Apps

Publish an API to Azure Static Web Apps

Publish an API to Azure Static Web Apps - Learn
Publish an Angular, React, Svelte, or Vue JavaScript app and API with Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions. Deploy your code from GitHub to a staging site using preview URLs.

The Path to Becoming a Data Engineer

LinkedIn: Vincent Vankrunkelsven

A Design Analysis of Cloud-based Microservices Architecture at Netflix

A Design Analysis of Cloud-based Microservices Architecture at Netflix
A comprehensive system design analysis of the cloud-based microservices architecture implemented at Netflix to power its global video streaming services

ASP.NET Core 5 Route to Code: Taking advantage of Microsoft.AspNetCore.Http json extensions

LinkedIn: Anthony Giretti

Twitter: @anthonygiretti

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