- Deploying ASP.NET Core App Services using Azure Key Vault and Azure Resource Manager templates (Damien Bowden) - Great tutorial easy to follow. It's the perfect one t get started using keyvault and an ARM template.
- Choose your default view in Azure Portal (Abhijit Jana) - Nice new little tweak for your landing page in the portal.
- Deploying Azure Functions with the Azure CLI (Mark Heath) - This is a nice tutorial that explains all the step to great your setup with Functions.
- Four ways to take your apps further with cloud, data, and AI solutions from Microsoft (Frederico Pravatta Rezende) - A very interesting post that provides an easy checkbox list of actions we can do to improve our solution.
- How to set up a Let's Encrypt SSL Cert for Azure Web App with Linux in 5 steps (Jessica Deen) - Very useful tutorial to switch our webapp to https.
- Creating Web Pages with Blazor ( Peter Vogel) - This post is definitely a good place to get started with Blazor.
- Load your work items into Azure DevOps Boards with .NET (Jeremy Lindsay) - A project to follow very interesting tutorial that explains how this migration tool was built.
- Continuous Integration (David Posin, Paul Duvall) - This is the chapter 1 of a book. It covers all aspects of a CI, really Really interesting.
- Converting OpenAPI specs to Postman collections (Abhijit Kane) - Oooooh that's awesome... I really need to try this new import feature.
- New year, new GitHub: Announcing unlimited free private repos and unified Enterprise offering (Nat Friedman) - Awesome news! So happy about that!
- VS Code: Now creating pull requests (Meaghan Lewis) - Another must have extension I think...
- Relationship Hacks: Playing video games and having hobbies while avoiding resentment (Scott Hanselman) - It's always such a pleasure to read those post full of wisdom. It gives us a windows to see how others are doing and ideas on how to improve.
TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking
Author: Chris J. Anderson
Fantastic book that covers a lot of topics related to presenting. It covers the before, during, and even the after very smartly. There are no recipes here and this is exactly what makes this book so great. A must.