Every week, I share my engineering notes. They include everything I can dig up on the internet, and that is worth sharing.
- Microsoft Build 2020 registration is not only open, it's FREE, it's LIVE, it's VIRTUAL, and it is all FOR YOU
(Scott Hanselman) - Microsoft Build, the biggest conference for developers, will be free and 100% virtual this year.
- Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 Release Candidate now available
(Daniel Roth) - The Blazor WebAssembly Release Candidate is here!
- Announcing General Availability of YAML CD features in Azure Pipelines
(Roopesh) - We're excited to announce the general availability of the Azure Pipelines YAML CD features. We now offer a unified YAML experience to configure each of your pipelines to do CI, CD, or CI and CD together.
- Microsoft Services is now a Kubernetes Certified Service Provider
(Bahram Rushenas) - Microsoft Services is your partner to enable your organization to leverage container capabilities and frameworks, such as Kubernetes, to adopt modern technologies to increase speed and agility while also maintaining control and good governance.
- How Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) has grown since its announcement
Dapr is an event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices on cloud and edge and embraces the diversity of languages and developer frameworks. Dapr codifies best practices for building distributed applications and, at its core, are API abstractions that provide common capabilities needed to build microservices, including state management, service invocation, pub/sub messaging, secrets management, and others.
- Exception Helper – Rethrown Exceptions
(Andy) - The exception helper now contains the original call stack for a rethrown exception.
- 3 reasons to adopt Event Sourcing
(Adam Warski) - When to consider using event sourcing? What are the scenarios where this pattern works best? Here's an article that covers it all.
- Hybrid Logical Clocks
(Bartosz Sypytkowski) - A nice and simple little trick to solve a complex problem with time in computer systems.
- Things I Wished More Developers Knew About Databases
(Jaana Dogan) - So much depends on databases these days; you can never know enough about how they work.
- Code Principles Every Programmer Should Follow
(Mahdhi Rezvi) - YAGNI, Law of Demeter, Single Responsibility, and other useful principles for better coding.
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