- Announcing preview of Azure Data Share (Mike Flasko) - Looking forward to use this new feature in my project.
- Intro Guide to Dockerfile Best Practices - Docker Blog (Tibor Vass) - Would it be for a review because you know your way with Docker or to get started, this post is excellent.
- Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core MVC (Code Maze) - An interesting article introducing an important patern.
- My Personal Git Tricks Cheatsheet (Antonin Januska) - This is a list of awesome tricks and idea for our Git daily usage.
- Using EasyAuth (AppService Authentication) with ASP.NET Core (Maxime Rouiller) - A cool tutorial that explains a workaround to do an easyAuth in .Net Core.
- Methods to Organize Your Learning Process with Lourdes Montano (Scott Hanselman) - Great episode, a few methods, or ideas of organization resonate with me. Definitely interesting.
- How to Use External Storage in Docker (Brett Fisher) - Nice short episode that explains how to think (or when to think) about storage while working with containers.
- Episode 68: The Rise of the Cloud-First Generation with Christina Warren (Corey Quinn) - A very interesting episode. They is no "best way", all path go somewhere and have advantages. As my journey was not straight forward, I totally agree with that.
- #313: 3 Steps to Finding Freedom to Focus (Ken Coleman and Michael Hyatt) - The work-life balance... not an easy thing to answer... I enjoyed this episode exploring, suggesting a way to improve (get closer) to a balance.
- Ubuntu, with Mark Shuttleworth (Craig and Adam) - It was so nice to learn more about Mark Shuttleworth and his projects. Like always... an awesome episode.
- 418: The Way to Nurture New Ideas, with Safi Bahcall (Dave Stachowiak) - Very interesting episode where we learn that there are always multiple sides to a story... And knowing them will change our perception.
- 403: Transition Well Through Your Day, with Gretchen Rubin (Dave Stachowiak) - Doing a little bit of catching up with this podcast, but I'm glad I did! Not only the episode was good but now I have to books that I'm really looking forward to read!
- Which Online Courses are Worth Investing In? (and how do you decide?) (Meredith Marsh - Great question! I then to try to go the source and try/learn it by my self... what do you do?