A summary of what I’ve learned so far about Azure Functions.
The .NET Core V2 runtime is front and centre when creating Azure Functions. Creating V1 runtime Functions has gotten a bit harder, but it’s still possible.
This is the last of a 3-part series on the qualities needed in a cloud app, this time focused on the operational perspective.
Today’s quick hit post looks at the different ways that serverless functions can be written with any flavour of .NET
This follow-up article on Azure Functions looks into the different ways to organize Functions and Function Apps.
This is the second of a 3-part series that explores what goes into building a quality .NET cloud app.
This is the first of a 3-part series that explores what goes into building a quality .NET cloud app.
There’s so much talk — and a fair bit of hype — surrounding containers. Yet containers aren’t without their own pitfalls. Those pitfalls can make for a painful experience if the wrong project is chosen as a first experiment.