Powershell isn’t traditionally recognized as a go-to language for everyday software developers. Nevertheless, it’s gained enough popularity for AWS and Azure to support it on their serverless platforms. Let’s find out why.
A little over two years ago, I started on a journey to sort out what I wanted to do with my career. Here’s an update on where I am now.
Mono repos have become popular in Silicon Valley giants like Facebook and Google. I explore its applicability to .NET projects in this post.
Controlling access to sensitive keys in cloud apps isn’t easy. In this article, I outline a way to do so with Azure Functions.
A break down of the layout of every file in an Azure Functions V2 project.
A (mostly) step-by-step process to building Azure Functions on macOS.
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.
The first of a 3-part series that explores the principles that go into building a .NET cloud app, this time focused on the ops perspective.