The blog post about how to create as simple as possible scheduling and exception handling for .NET Core Worker Services is published. Take a look here. This is the next blog post in the blog series about .NET Core Worker Service.
Continue to write about how to get started with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) framework, called Farmer.
The date is defined for special technical blog's edition of Episode 4 "Cloud stories from Norway" with me together with Johan L. Brattås. It will be 3rd of desember 9 o'clock (CET). The registration link is here. Thank's to Maxim Salnikov for invitation. Follow this twitter account @MSDevNo for the information about all technical events from Norway organized by Microsoft.
Don't forget .NET 5.0 Launches at .NET Conf, November 10-12. Here is the link.
LinkedIn: Aram Tchekrekjian
Building a Dashboard with ASP.NET Core and DotVVM
LinkedIn: Daniel Gomez Jaramillo
SOLID Principles every Developer Should Know
LinkedIn: Chidume Nnamdi
LinkedIn: Anthony Giretti
LinkedIn: Paridhi (Varsha Makhija) Wadhwani
Using a C# shellcode runner and confuserex to Bypass uac while evading av
LinkedIn: Ryan Hausknecht
Building a Dev Container for .NET Core
LinkedIn: Manfred Lange
Deploying Minecraft on Azure
LinkedIn: Sophia Parafina
LinkedIn: Aaron Powell
How to send push notifications to a browser in ASP.NET Core
LinkedIn: Kristoffer Strube
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