Every Monday, I share my "reading notes". Those are a curated list of all 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.
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- Introducing the new Azure SDK for C++ Beta (Jeffrey Richter) - Oh wow! Now I just want to take from my dusty memory shelf my c++ knowledge and mixt it with Azure...
- Migrating this blog to Azure. It's done. Now the work begins. (Scott Hanselman) - A very exciting and promising series of posts related to migration. So many of us have websites that are old and clunky. I'm looking forward to reading more.
- Update Azure CLI from the command-line (az upgrade) (Dan Patrick) - Tools are great! And If you never try Chocolatey... What are you waiting for, it's awesome.
- Zone Redundancy for Azure Cache for Redis now in preview | Azure blog and updates | Microsoft Azure (Kyle Teegarden) - Great news for the Redis Cache users.
- Moq vs NSubstitute vs FakeItEasy - Which one to choose? ( Thomas Ardal) - A very interesting post that compares three mocking solutions. No bad choices here it depends on your taste.
- Creating a .NET Core Global Tool (John Smith) - Cool project. It gave me ideas of little things I would like to have available...
- How to Docker with .NET: Getting Started (Dave Brock) - A truly beginner tutorial. If you know about Docker but never did really play with it, here is your chance. First post of a trilogy that definitely worth our time.
- Keeping your WSL Linux instances up to date automatically within Windows 10 (Scott Hanselman) - This is sooo simple! Wonderful.
- Let's use NUKE to Quickly Deploy an App to Azure via Zip Deployment - Dangl.Blog(); (Georg Dangl) - Interesting build/ automation framework. Definitely worth giving it a try.
Suggestion of the week
- Learn Node.js with this series of short videos for beginners (Microsoft) - An amazing series of tiny videos. I started myself and already learned so much! Perfect bite-size to watch in a break, or to find THE topic/ answer you are looking for.
Take Control of Your Life
Author: Mel Robbins
Great book. I wasn't sure first but someone recommended it and since, I like her first book and thought why not! I was not disappointed. I like this journey through interviews. Each person (yes real person, not characters), is great; full of emotions, victory, fails... like us, well me at least.