Good Monday, it's time to share new ReadingNotes. Here is a list of all the articles, podcasts, and blog posts, that catch my interest during the week.
If you think you may have interesting content, share it!
Suggestion of the week
- Teaching ‘Digital Native’ College Students Who Understand TikTok — But Not Microsoft Excel (Lilah Burke) - This great post makes the distinction between social tech awareness and technophile.
.NET 7 comes to Azure Functions & Visual Studio 2022 (Melony Qin) - This is one of the reasons why isolated functions were so cool, now we can select our version as we please.
.NET on Azure Functions Roadmap Update (Matthew Henderson) - The future looks very promising... :) And that also reminded me that I really need to upgrade one of my older functions.
Journey to the Cloud With ACA (Anthony Chu) - A perfect little tutorial showing how to build a one container App from nothing and end with a complete CICD workflow to deploy it into Azure.
Bye bye Azure Functions, Hello Azure Container Apps: Introduction (Jonathan George) - Great post about the reason behind a migration from Azure Function to Azure Container App. I really like reading all the questioning, going into the detail, planning the pricing, and the POC, this reflects the real life.
- 9 DevOps Best Practices - What You Should Do and NOT Do (Ioannis Moustakis) - A nice high-level post that shares best practices, perfect to get inspired and start learning more.
.NET now on Windows Package Manager (Ashita Nagar) - That's fantastic! I often have multiple versions of the framework installed because I try previews and so. With Winget I will be able to do some cleanup very easily.
Micro Frontends in Action With ASP.NET Core - Communication Patterns for Blazor WebAssembly Based Web Components (Tomasz Pęczek) - A wonderful post that shares knowledge and code snippets to explain so much. I will need all of that. Love it!
- Test the Fall Insider Preview Build for HoloLens today! (Shona Bang) - Oh, nice! Please share as I'm sure so many would love to try that game asap and be part of that program.