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Return of weekly links – 12/30

Return of weekly links – 12/30

Hello all, so I know that I totally fell off the wagon when it comes to weekly links. December has been a crazy month, I had three business trips, getting ready for Christmas. Due to family coming to town we effectively had 3 Christmas’ and on top of that I got sick. I’m not complaining just explaining what happened. The holidays are a rough time for a lot of people, and we’ve all had experiences we have to carry with…

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Weekly Links – 10/7

Weekly Links – 10/7

So this week was a little crazy with family obligations, work travel, busy work schedules, etc. But overall it wasn’t bad kind of week. We are officially into full on October. Right now I’m busy prepping for our monthly game today which should be a lot of fun Now down to the business… Development: Remote SSH: Tips and Tricks : Great article, and another reason VS Code really is the best IDE on earth. Cloud: The key to a data-driven…

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Weekly Links – 9/23

Weekly Links – 9/23

So I know I’m a little late this week, but here they are. I was away at a conference in sunny Las Vegas for the week, and it was quite the week. But anyway down the business: Development: Cascadia Code is live: Normally don’t care about a font, but this is pretty cool because of its support of ligatures. Makes code much easier to read which is pretty awesome. .NET Conf: Really cool virtual conference with more materials and announcements….

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Weekly Links – 9/9

Weekly Links – 9/9

Welcome back everyone, for another weekly links post. The important note here is its fall, which means kids are in school, leaves are going to start turning and …. So down to business: Development: Boot Performance with Compiled Bindings in Xamarin.Forms: I don’t get to do as much mobile development as I used to. But it still fascinates me how much Xamarin as a platform has grown. Compiled Bindings are pretty great. I don’t know that there’s much of a…

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Weekly Links – 9/3

Weekly Links – 9/3

Hello All, I’m a little late getting this out the door, but a fully sick family, complete with a side-helping of pneumonia for me didn’t help this weekend. But here it is. Development: Redesigning Configuration Refresh for Azure App Configuration How the .net team uses azure pipelines to produce docker images Enabling DevSecOps with Synopsys and Microsoft Cloud: Azure Load Balancer becomes more efficient Harnessing the Power of the Location of Things with Azure Maps Microsoft Azure Available from new…

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Where do I start – Microsoft AI

Where do I start – Microsoft AI

In the interest of helping to navigate the information available out there, I’ve been putting out there ideas for this “Where Do I start” series on the blog. Right now as I previously mentioned I’ve been studying for the AI-100 exam, and as part of that effort I found a lot of resources online, and I thought I’d share these in the interest of helping others. There are a wealth of resources out there and I want to make sure…

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Where to I start – Service Fabric?

Where to I start – Service Fabric?

So containers have become an essential part of modern application development. I would go as far to say that containers and micro services have had a similar impact to software development as “Object Oriented Programming”. Now that being that I have been talking to a lot of people who use Monolithic applications and are looking for a way to break down their existing applications into a micro service approach and support the idea of using existing infrastructure, and don’t necessarily…

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Breaking Down Monitoring in Azure

Breaking Down Monitoring in Azure

So let’s talk monitoring in Azure, and honestly this is a topic that makes most people start to become a “deer in headlights”. And the reason is that most executives love to say “We need to have a great monitoring story” but monitoring is a massive topic and most don’t know where to begin. And the truth is that it is a huge and multi-faceted topic that have a variety of solutions that can be applied in a variety of…

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