SQL Server 2016 and Azure SQL Database both give you tables that automatically keep track of changes to your data. Here’s how to both create those tables and alter existing tables so they track the history of your data.
Microsoft unveiled a new Quantum Development Kit for developers wanting to get in on the bleedingest of bleeding-edge technologies.
Edaena Salinas talks with Sachin Gadre about the internet of things (IoT). What is IoT? What is the architecture of an IoT application? Sachin walks through a series of example to show how IoT applications are used and how they are built. Topics include: internet of things, data sources, and security. Related Links The […]
Rui Figueiredo explains how password storage is performed in ASP.NET Identity V2 and V3, and provides a guide on how to manually create and validate PasswordHash.
What does it take to implement a DevOps practice at Microsoft? While at Connect in New York, Carl and Richard talked to Lori Lamkin about the efforts of the VSTS team to deliver more value to customers faster. Lori talks about changing the tempo of dep…
Microsoft announced a new tool to speed up the optimization of 3D models for mixed reality applications running on iOS, Android and Windows.
Andrea Chiarelli takes a look at how to enable JSON Web Tokens when creating a Web API application based on .NET Core 2.
Joe is down with OCP, Michael argues DRY, and Allen deletes our show notes as we dig into Components and Component Cohesion from Robert C. Martin’s (aka Uncle Bob) Clean Architecture.
Jurgen Gutsch use a continuous integration tool from BitBucket called Pipelines with an ASP.NET Core application.
In this special All-UK episode, Russell Young has an in-depth discussion with Christos Matskas, a Senior Azure PFE in the UK, about the growing popularity of serverless computing in Azure using services like Functions and Event Grid.