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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.

Started to learn new IaC framework, called Farmer. And writing about how to get started.

Blogs

IdentityServer4 in ASP.NET Core – Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

LinkdedIn: Mukesh Murugan

Twitter: @iammukeshm

Quick Helper For Blazor Performance

Twitter: @mistermag00

Quick Helper For Blazor Performance
How do you check your renders? Here’s my method Create a base class that inherits ComponentBase, override ShouldRender and OnAfterRender to start and stop the Stopwatch, and keep track of how many renders there have been. public class PerfTestBase : ...

CloudSkew makes it easy to sketch cloud architecture diagrams

LinkedIn: Mithun Shanbhag

Twitter: @MithunShanbhag

CloudSkew makes it easy to sketch cloud architecture diagrams - Open Source Blog
Built on Azure, CloudSkew is a free diagram editor that helps you draw cloud architecture diagrams, including icons for AWS, GCP, Kubernetes, and many more.

Blast Off with Blazor, Azure Functions, and Azure Static Web Apps

LinkedIn: Dave Brock

Twitter: @daveabrock

Blast Off with Blazor, Azure Functions, and Azure Static Web Apps
Let’s talk about deploying an Azure Static Web App running Blazor and Azure Functions.

A Brief Intro to Clean Architecture, Clean DDD, and CQRS

LinkedIn: John Jacobs

Twitter: @JacobsData

A Brief Intro to Clean Architecture, Clean DDD, and CQRS
In this blog entry I give a primer on Clean Architecture, which is a modern, scalable formal software architecture which is appropriate for modern web applications. Next, I discuss how Domain-Driven…

Onion Architecture VS Three Layer

LinkedIn: Tiago Martins

Onion Architecture VS Three Layer
One of the first things that you must define when starting a new solution, is the architecture that you will implement. Where the interfaces will be? Where your implementations should be made?

Refresh Token with Blazor WebAssembly and ASP.NET Core Web API

Blazor WebAssembly Role-Based Security with IdentityServer4

LinkedIn: Marinko Spasojevic

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Database Profiling with Visual Studio

LinkedIn: Esteban Herrera

Microservices Patterns With Envoy Sidecar Proxy: The series

LinkedIn: Christian Posta

Twitter: @christianposta

Azure DevOps vs GitHub: Which Toolstack Is Better for Software Teams?

LinkedIn: Tyler Hakes

Async code smells and how to track them down with analyzers - Part I

LinkedIn: Cezary Piątek

Twitter: @cezary_piatek

Async code smells and how to track them down with analyzers - Part I
Which analyzer package should I use and how to configure it to avoid most common problems related to async/await.

A Highly Biased Review of C# Changes from Version 1.0 to 9.0

LinkedIn: Matthew MacDonald

Twitter: @prosetech

A Highly Biased Review of C# Changes from Version 1.0 to 9.0
20 years ago, C# 1.0 was introduced to an audience of mostly corporate Windows-based developers. Now it’s a mature language setting trends for others follow and stealing bits of functional programming. Here’s the story of C#’s two-decade evolution.

Modern-Day Architecture Design Patterns for Software Professionals

LinkedIn: Tanmay Deshpande

Twitter: @StuffTechTanmay

Modern-Day Architecture Design Patterns for Software Professionals
Many modern-day applications need to be built at an enterprise scale, sometimes even at an internet scale. Each application needs to meet scalability, availability, security, reliability, and…

What is ‘infrastructure as code’ and why do you need it?

LinkedIn: Milecia McGregor

Twitter: @FlippedCoding

What is ‘infrastructure as code’ and why do you need it?
As DevOps grows, it helps to know about how it works. One of the big things in DevOps is “infrastructure as code.” This means that you treat your infrastructure the exact ...

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