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- Simplifying declarative deployments in Azure (Mark Russinovich) - Great new features that will speed up and simplify our writing time.
- Parse Markdown Front Matter With C# (Khalid Abuhakmeh) - A nice post that shows the code to parse a Jekyll blob post file in c#
- Learning and relearning Docker commands (Mark Downie) - A nice short post that lists common commands.
- Run Azure Container Instances from the Docker CLI (Thomas Maurer) - Wow, that kind of crazy cool! Pulling and a container instant directly from the native CLI...I love it.
- Using the Blockly visual programming editor to call a .NET Core WebAPI (Scott Hanselman) - Really cool open source project on GitHub.
- 205: Monetization (Merge Conflict) - Nice discussion about the ads in an APP, why we want them why we don't...
- #44: Jen Looper - Women in Tech and Developer Evangelism (The Solo Coder Podcast) - Another great episode of Solo Coder. This time I new the guest, but nevertheless I learn something.
- How to Think Like a Boss with Kate Crocco (Influencer Entrepreneurs with Jenny Melrose) - Creating, building feeling good in a business while being a parent is hard.
- .NET Multi-Platform App UI with Scott Hunter (.NET Rocks!) - Great episode that summarize, tease, and share about everything dotnet.
- 081: Microsoft Certified DevOps Engineer (AZ-400) (CloudSkills.fm) - After the revamping of the exams, it was very interesting to ear about Az400. I like DevOps, so that an exam on that path.
- Inside Doist - The Bootstrapped Market Leader (Software Engineering Unlocked) - A very interesting discussion with a an great creator.
Author: Kathy Sierra
I took me about one year to read that book. Way longer then it should. It was a good book and it is really easy to read. Maybe it's the fact that it was a "real" book and not in my kindle? But I think it was the format. This book look like a comic book with a director cut. There those little story bubbles and there is the text. The content is amazing, but I felt like I was always losing the vibe while transitioning to the text, or the bubbles.
However, the book is really great