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Reading Notes #459


Every Monday, I share my "reading notes". This are a curated list of all the articles, blog posts, 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.

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The suggestion of the week

  • The benefits of Infrastructure as Code (John Downs ) - A great post that lists and explains all the benefices of using infrastructure as Code in our business. This is the perfect post to read to learn all about it.

Cloud

Programming

Miscellaneous


~Frank 

Reading Notes #336

MSInspire2018

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Programming


Miscellaneous



Reading Notes #214

Suggestion of the week

  • Express - This is the perfect post to get started with node.js with Azure. This post starts with you step by step from a vanilla computer running OS X or Linux to your first App.

Cloud


Programming


Data


Miscellaneous



Reading Notes #202

 

Azure automationSuggestion of the week


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Reading notes #183

IMG_20150425_120539[1]Suggestion of the week


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Reading Notes #116

 

SomethingIsCommingCloud

Programming

Channel 9 has an excellent streaming video that covers Code Maps here 

Databases

Miscellaneous

~Frank

Reading Notes #45

WasabiCloudCloud

Azure lets us focus on our product rather than focusing on how we need to scale the application
“For a rich comparison of SQL Azure and Windows Azure Table storage, see Joseph Fultz’s MSDN Magazine article at: http://aka.ms/SQLAzureVsAzureTables.”
This blog has three posts that give detailed explanation of how a test rig with Controller and Agents can be created in Windows Azure.”
There does not seem to be any good working OAUTH v2 examples for Java using ACS

Programming


Miscellaneous


~Frank