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.
- Creating Azure Functions with Function Monkey–First Look (Jason Roberts) - A nice quick tutorial that explains how to create a function with Monkey.
- Creating subdomains to Azure DNS from ASP.NET Core (Gunnar Peipman) - A pretty cool tutorial that shows how to do the DNS config by code.
- How serverless beats servers - A geek with a hat (Swizec Teller) - Very nice post that demonstrates how a serverless pair with static websites are great.
- How to Restrict Network Access to Azure Key Vault Using Firewalls & vNets (Mike Racine) - Excellent post and video.Very clear and it helps to understand how Keyvault is good for us.
- Hosting your own NuGet Server and Feed for build artifacts with BaGet (Scott Hanselman) - Woooo. I didn't know so many options were available. Once more great post that opens to so many scenarios.
- Visual Studio Code January 2020 (VSCode Team) - How this team manages to pack so many goodies in every new version is a mystery. Wonderful.
- Influencer Marketing EXPLAINED (by an influencer) (That Creative Life) - What a great episode! She can't barely contain herself... that's how Sara is passionate and honest! I love the show, great episode!
- Colin O'Brady - First to Ever Cross Antarctica COMPLETELY Unassisted (That Creative Life) - I have been waiting for someone to write a book like that forever! Thank you to let me discover Colin O'Brady. I already order the book... looking forward to reading it. Life IS the ultimate adventure, a mandatory listening for all of us!
- #25: Shayne Boyer - Social Coder (The Solo Coder Podcast) - Once again a very nice episode. It was wonderful to discover my colleague to this interview. Well done.
- Making Gatsby easy to understand with Laurie Barth (Software Engineering Unlocked) - That how you do an interview! Great conversation, Lauria is fantastic. I didn't know her but now I'm following, and waiting for the next "question".
- The Benefits of a Developer Community: Motivation (schwammy) - It has never been much easier to be part of a community. However, the first step still requires us to say hi! Don't Stay alone.