It is time to share new reading notes. It is a habit I started a long time ago where I share a list of all the articles, blog posts, and books that catch my interest during the week.
- Introducing Dart | Windows (Tim Sneath) - This a nice post that makes us dive into a world close to the machine. An interesting open-source project indeed.
Boost Your Local Testing Game with the LambdaTest Tunnel Docker Extension (Salman Khan, Ajeet Singh Raina) - With this extension, we can test simply and securely our application. This tutorial helps us get started.
Windows Terminal Preview 1.18 Release (Christopher Nguyen) - Tons of super cool features coming up in this release. Kalya and Hanselmann showed a few of them during Build keynote.
PSReadLine 2.3.1-beta1 Release - PowerShell Team (Steven Bucher) - And it keeps getting better. This tool helps everyone. Make heavy user faster, and save the occasional user with suggestions.
Ridiculously Simple Power Apps Drop Shadow Technique (Matthew Devaney) - New cool looks for our apps.
Building Quick and Visual Reports with Power Apps Reporting not Power BI (Shane Young) - This post shares an interesting alternative to PowerBi when requirements are less demanding.
- Toi Wright: Blazor WebAssembly - Episode 246 (Azure DevOps Podcast) - Great interview about this .NET author.
- Episode 179: Maintainer Month with GitHub's Martin Woodward (Sustain) - Learn more about the Maintainer Month during this episode. Martin talks also about the status of GitHub, five years after being acquired by Microsoft.
- Contribute to Kubernetes (DevOps and Docker Talk) - Inspirering episode about open source. The focus is on Kubernetes but this is true for any project.
- Computing History with Atari and Commodore's Leonard Tramiel (Hanselminutes with Scott Hanselman) - I grow-up with a Pet Commodore and Commodore 64. This episode is a great interview.
- Microsoft Learn announces Microsoft Q&A Assist and new content for building AI skills (erinrifkin) - This is brilliant. Asking the question correctly or asking the right question make all the difference to the answer we will get.Looking forward to seeing this available more broadly.