If your source control system won’t tell you what’s changed, Visual Studio is glad to help. It’s just that the option is hard to get to.
Scott talks to Cecil Phillip about how cloud architecture is changing everything. But what’s IaaS, PaaS, then FaaS, and now serverless? How will being billed for usage affect software architecture?
How do you have success with Azure? Carl and Richard talk to Microsoft PFE Christos Matskas about some of the projects he’s been involved in helping organizations deploy apps and services into Azure. As Christos says, it’s not an all-or-nothing thing -…
I recently wrote about the differences between programming knowledge and skill in a previous post. In short: knowledge is what you understand, and skill is what you can do with it. The internet is chock full of amazing information for just about anything you might want to learn. Things like videos, e-books, and getting started […]
What does it mean to be good at something? Knowledge is understanding of a subject, skill is your proficiency in the application of that knowledge. By definition, you can’t be skilled at something you don’t understand. But knowledge on its own is only half the battle. Knowledge is what you know, skill is what you […]
Tomasz Peczek discusses WebSocket lifetime (with special focus on scenarios where the WebSocket is handed of to some kind of service/manager) and how to handle prematurely closed connections.
Although Microsoft programming languages fared quite well in Stack Overflow’s huge new developer survey, Visual Basic 6 was again named the “most dreaded” language — just like last year, and the year before — with VB.NET and VBA not far behind.
In this episode, AC & CJ get caught up on some news, including updates in Office 365 and new features in Azure.
- B-series burstable VM support in AKS now available
- Azure Service Bus now integrates with Azure Event Grid!
- Monitor network connectivity to applications with NPM’s Service Endpoint Monitor – public preview
- Introducing backup for Azure file shares
- Automate resizing uploaded images using Event Grid
- Using AI to automatically redact faces in videos
- Deploying WordPress application using VSTS and Azure – part one
- Office 365
- Money Laundering Via Author Impersonation on Amazon?
- NASA’s Opportunity rover surpasses 5,000 Martian days on the Red Planet
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