Reading Notes #408


Every Monday, I share my reading notes. Those are the articles, blog posts, podcast episodes, and books that catch my interest during the week and that I found interesting. It's a mix of the actuality and what I consumed.

Cloud

Programming

Miscellaneous


☁️

Reading Notes #407


Every Monday, I share my reading notes. Those are the articles, blog posts, podcast episodes, and books that catch my interest during the week and that I found interesting. It's a mix of the actuality and what I consumed.

Cloud

  • Generating Images with Azure Functions (Aaron Powell) - Brilliant usage of Azure function and its the first one I see in F#! All the code is available in GitHub, definitely worth the detour.

Programming

  • Use MongoDB in Your C# ASP.NET Apps (Terje Kolderup) - This is a very complete tutorial the shows all the code and explains step by step how to add, configure and use MongoDB.

Podcasts

  • SPI 401: Jesse Cole—The Yellow Tux Guy (Jesse Cole) - Wow! Great show, if you don't feel pumped up and 200% motivated after listening to this show... We might be in Zombieland already.... ­čśť.

Miscellaneous

  • Is that position available for remote? (Mark Downie) - A very interesting post that, I think, explains well the 'behind the scene' of the response we can get when asking the remote question.
~

Reading Notes #406


Every week, I publish my reading notes. Those are the articles, blog posts, podcast episodes, and books that catch my interest and that I found interesting. It's a mix of the actuality and what I was looking for.

My Numbers for 2019

  • This marks the 46 Reading Notes blog post.
  • 20 blog posts in French or English. 
  • 69 live stream on Twitch
  • 33 Cloud 5 Minutes episode in French or English.
  • Many talks in different communities
  • 881 contributions in open-source projects

Looking forward to seeing you all in two days to start 2020 together!



Cloud

Programming

DevOps

Podcasts

Miscellaneous

  • Visualizing Your Work Schedule (Valentin Sawadski) - Interesting project.I'm always looking forward to the best way to track my time and see where I put my effort (aka time).

~