by bill-s, 2021-01-07T13:50:04.877Z
As you may know I’ve been collaborating with Dapr and I’ve learned that one of the things it enables you to do is to collect traces with the use of the OpenTelemetry Collector and push the events to Azure Application Insights.
by bill-s, 2021-01-07T13:51:07.807Z
In my personal C++ projects I’ve always been using doctest. It’s simply awesome. It takes a few seconds to get bootstrapped and you are ready to run your tests. And it should really be the first thing you do when you start a new project.
by bill-s, 2021-01-07T14:00:02.122Z
Today I prepared a huge list of React Interview Questions from this awesome repo
by bill-s, 2021-01-07T13:49:30.252Z
Over the past year, I've had to migrate multiple legacy applications to a new application. These new applications had their own database structure, so we needed to migrate the data from the legacy application to the new application. With each migration, the quality of the code improved because of the experiences from the past migrations, and my overall knowledge. Not only did the code quality improve, but there was also a very noticeable speed difference (in a good way) although the amount of data increased.
by bill-s, 2021-01-07T14:00:51.269Z
We are building a PizzaBot using Microsoft’s Bot Framework v4 to help prove that chatbots have gone from a nifty side project to a new marketing and sales channel.
by bill-s, 2021-01-06T13:48:06.465Z
In this article, we are going to cover top microservices interview questions with descriptions. These interview questions will help you to prepare for the interview from basic to advance level and these questions will also help you to enhance your technical skills.
by bill-s, 2021-01-07T13:59:02.258Z
Part of the bargain we struck when we switched from building server-rendered websites to client-rendered SPAs is that we suddenly had to take a lot more care with the resources on the user’s device. Don’t block the UI thread, don’t make the laptop’s fan spin, don’t drain the phone’s battery, etc. We traded better interactivity and “app-like” behavior for a new class of problems that don’t really exist in the server-rendered world.
by bill-s, 2021-01-07T13:49:03.789Z
.NET Standard is a .NET formal specification or API contract that is available across many .NET implementations. It exists because there are many .NET implementations on many platforms. Targeting .NET Standard 2.0 gives your library the most extensive reach possible, and enables almost all of the modern .NET features such as C# 9, IAsyncEnumerable etc., so all libraries should target this platform where it is not a hindrance to maintaining the library.
by mizrael, 2021-01-07T04:12:09.944Z
Hi All! Today I want to talk a bit about a pet project of mine I’ve been working on in the last few weeks. I called it OpenSleigh, it’s a Saga management library for .NET Core.
Read the full article here: https://www.davideguida.com/opensleigh-a-saga-management-library-for-net-core/
by bill-s, 2021-01-06T14:28:29.945Z
Microsoft security researchers continue to investigate and respond to the sophisticated cyberattack known as Solorigate (also referred to as Sunburst by FireEye) involving a supply chain compromise and the subsequent compromise of cloud assets. While the related investigations and impact assessments are ongoing, Microsoft is providing visibility into the attack chains and related threat intelligence to the defender community as early as possible so organizations can identify and take action to stop this attack, understand the potential scope of its impact, and begin the recovery process from this active threat. We have established a resource center that is constantly updated as more information becomes available at https://aka.ms/solorigate.