Reading Notes #419


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. Enjoy!


Suggestion of the week

  • Approval Workflows With GitHub Actions (Aaron Powell) - Wow! That's a very clever and impressive way to have step flow in GitHub. All the details are in the post if you would like to create your own.

Cloud

Programming

Podcasts

Miscellaneous


Reading Notes #418


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. Enjoy!

Cloud

Programming

Shameless plug

Podcasts

  • Des fonctions courtes, qui font une chose (Les Semi-Colons) - First time for me listening to this podcast, third time for them. A very interesting podcast in "Canadian French". They are passing through the book Clean Code of Robert C. Martin. This episode was about chapter 3.
  • vygl - Le balado Ep.17 (vygl) - Great podcast in French. It was my first try and I really liked it. We can ear the experience of the speaker in their voice but also by the quality of this audio.

Miscellaneous

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How to know how much your application is consuming on Azure


Are you worried when deploying a new application about our billing? Or afraid that you will receive an invoice from your cloud provider at the and of the month that put you in a bad situation? You are not alone, and this is why you should definitely look at the Azure Cost Manager.

In the video below, I explain how to use the Azure Cost Manager to see the actual cost and forecast for a specific application in the cloud and build a dashboard with your favorites information. Note that I said "cloud" because Azure Cost Manager can monitor both Azure and AWS resources. That's perfect for when we are "in" the portal, and that's why I will also show how you can make budgets, and set alerts, so you can track your resources automatically.



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