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Norwegian .NET User Group

I presented my blog series about .NET Core Worker Service at Norwegian .NET User Group (NNUG) online event. To take a look at the code,  I am going to go through, visit my Azure DevOps public project here.

Recording is here. My presentation starts from 32'nd minute.

Cloud stories from Norway

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 December 9 o'clock (CET). Copy and paste the registration link in your favorite browser

https://info.microsoft.com/WE-DevComm-WBNR-FY21-12Dec-03-CloudStoriesfromNorwayEpisode4BuildingTypeScriptbasedAPIsonAzure-SRDEM50888_LP01Registration-ForminBody.html

Thanks to Maxim Salnikov (@webmaxru) for invitation. Follow this twitter account @MSDevNo for the information about all technical events from Norway organized by Microsoft.

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Blogs

Migrate ASP.NET Core Web API Project from 3.1 to 5

LinkedIn: Aram Tchekrekjian

Twitter: @AramT87

Enabling and using C# 9 features on older and “unsupported” runtimes

LinkedIn: Sergio Pedri

Twitter: @SergioPedri

Enabling and using C# 9 features on older and “unsupported” runtimes
With this year’s .NET Conf just coming to a close, we have finally been introduced to the public release of .NET 5 and C# 9, which are now widely available and can be used by developers using at…

Should I Migrate to .NET 5?

LinkedIn: Rockford Lhotka

Twitter: @RockyLhotka

Should I Migrate to .NET 5?
Now that Microsoft has released .NET 5, you are probably wondering whether you should start using .NET 5, and perhaps more importantly whether you should migrate existing code to .NET 5.

Introducing ASP.NET HealthChecks.Extensions - Conditional Health Checks

LinkedIn: Adrian Iftode

Introducing ASP.NET HealthChecks.Extensions - Conditional Health Checks
ASP.NET Core offers the Health Checks Middleware , in order to check the health state of your .NET Core API. However is not always desirable...

Your API and View Models Should Not Reference Domain Models

LinkedIn: Steve Smith

Twitter: @ardalis

Your API and View Models Should Not Reference Domain Models
If you’re organizing your application following Clean Architecture and Domain-Driven Design, with your Core domain model in one project that is referenced by your UI and Infrastructure projects, you should be careful what you expose in your client-facing models.

Localization in Blazor WebAssembly Applications

LinkedIn: Marinko Spasojevic

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Manage release flow using pipelines in Azure DevOps

LinkedIn: Daniel Krzyczkowski

Twitter: @DKrzyczkowski

Microsoft Learn

Use a Docker container as a development environment with Visual Studio Code

Use a Docker container as a development environment with Visual Studio Code - Learn
Create and configure a full-featured container-based development environment with the Visual Studio Code Remote - Containers extension. Open any folder or repository in a container and take advantage of the full feature set of Visual Studio Code, like IntelliSense (completions), code navigation, and…

Pluralsight

Implementing Cross-cutting Concerns for ASP.NET Core Microservices

LinkedIn: Steve Gordon

Twitter: @stevejgordon

Implementing Cross-cutting Concerns for ASP.NET Core Microservices
This course will help you learn about implementing cross-cutting concerns in ASP.NET Core microservices. You will explore applying correlated, structured logging and health checks to support running distributed microservices in production.

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