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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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Build your Azure skills with Microsoft Learn and Pluralsight

LinkedIn: Omar Khan

Build your Azure skills with Microsoft Learn and Pluralsight
Omar Khan - General Manager of Azure Customer Success Marketing Microsoft Learn and Pluralsight are joining forces to help you unlock the power of Microsoft Azure and to help you think further outside the box than ever before. Join us at Pluralsight LIVE, an annual technology skills conference, wh…

Code Anywhere With Codespaces

LinkedIn: Lucas Santos

Twitter: @StaticVoid

Code Anywhere With Codespaces
The dream of anyone who works with technology is to always be with our best friend, the computer. The...

Introducing C# 9: Covariant returns

LinkedIn: Anthony Giretti

Twitter: @anthonygiretti

Integration Tests for gRPC Services in ASP.NET Core

LinkedIn: Rahul Rai

Twitter: @rahulrai_in

Integration Tests for gRPC Services in ASP.NET Core - DZone Integration
The default implementation of the gRPC on .NET - Grpc.net is built on Grpc.Core which uses the protoc tool (see: ProtoCompilerOutput) to generate C# artifact...

How to use autocomplete at the command line for dotnet, git, winget, and more!

LinkdedIn: Scott Hanselman

Twitter: @shanselman

How to use autocomplete at the command line for dotnet, git, winget, and more!
Many years ago .NET Core added Command line ‘tab’ completion for .NET Core CLI ...

Add search to an application with the new Azure Cognitive Search SDK

LinkedIn: Derek Legenzoff

Using Access Token with Blazor WebAssembly HttpClient

How to Secure Blazor WebAssembly with IdentityServer4

LinkedIn: Marinko Spasojevic

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Driving Development of Microservices and REST APIs with Protobuf

LinkedIn: Ansel Castro

Twitter: @ansel86castro

Driving Development of Microservices and REST APIs with Protobuf
This article shows how to use protocol buffers aka protobuf and code generation tools to speed up the development of microservice architectures and REST APIs.

Parameters in Farmer - IaC with Azure

LinkedIn: Sven Malvik

Twitter: @SvenMalvik

Parameters in Farmer - IaC with Azure
My Learning Journey with Farmer - #2

Blazor: Getting Started

LinkedIn: Gill Cleeren

Twitter: @gillcleeren

Blazor: Getting Started
Learn how to build your first application in a hands-on way using Blazor, Microsoft’s solution to use C# to write interactive web UIs without JavaScript.

Event Sourcing with ASP.NET Core – 01 Store

LinkedIn: Ahmet Küçükoğlu

Event Sourcing with ASP.NET Core – 01 Store
This article was originally published at: https://www.ahmetkucukoglu.com/en/event-sourcing-with-asp-n...

6 Best Practices to Keep a .NET Application’s Memory Healthy

LinkedIn: Michael Shpilt

Twitter: @MichaelShpiltnote

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