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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 10'th 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.

Sergey .NET Christmas Calendar

Every day during December I will open one paid blog post for free reading. Will be announced in the social media.

Blogs

Testing Logging in ASPNET Core

LinkedIn: Steve Smith

Twitter: @ardalis

Testing Logging in ASPNET Core
When it’s important, logging should be considered a “real” requirement, not just a developer or operations afterthought. In many cases, especially diagnosis of production problems, logging has real business value.

The updated GetGCMemoryInfo API in .NET 5.0 and how it can help you

LinkedIn: Maoni Stephens

Twitter: @maoni0

OpenAPI and Versioning for ASP.NET Core Web API

LinkedIn: Anuraj P

Twitter: @anuraj

OpenAPI and Versioning for ASP.NET Core Web API
This post is about how to enable and use Open API for ASP.NET Core Web API with versioning enabled. I have created a Web API project in ASP.NET Core 5.0, so Open API is enabled by default. Next I am adding the Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Versioning package to enable versioning support. And I am enablin…

Complex Model Validation in Blazor Applications

LinkedIn: Marinko Spasojevic

Twitter: @CodeMazeBlog

Azure Infrastructure As Code video series

LinkedIn: Martin Ehrnst

Twitter: @ehrnst

LinkedIn: Claire Novotny

Twitter: @clairernovotny

Using Quartz.NET with ASP.NET Core and worker services

LinkedIn: Andrew Lock

Twitter: @andrewlocknet

Simplify microservices with Dapr (Distributed Application Runtime)

LinkedIn: Radoslav Gatev

Twitter: @RadoslavGatev

Simplify microservices with Dapr (Distributed Application Runtime)
Building distributed applications is a tough job! To get it right you will need lots of tools just to get started. Think about availability, scalability, service discovery, data consistency, developer productivity... Now you have chosen some kind of a container-orchestration system like Kubernetes (…

Toast Notifications in ASP.NET Core – Simple & Elegant

LinkedIn: Mukesh Murugan

Twitter: @codewithmukesh

How to Deploy a Blazor Application in Azure App Service

Twitter: @dharsha007

How to Deploy a Blazor Application in Azure App Service
In this blog, I am going to walk you through deploying a default Blazor server application created in Visual Studio 2019 in Azure App Service. We will see three different ways we can deploy a Blazor application: Use an import profile (Web App servic...

Frameworks

CSLA .NET

LinkedIn: CSLA .NET

Twitter: @dotNetWire

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