This post explores the ins and outs of building AWS Lambda serverless functions with .NET Core. The focus is on the programming model, the particularities of the .NET runtime, and tooling.
Here’s the list of Visual Studio Code extensions you shouldn’t write .NET and C# code without.
There are tons of options to build APIs in .NET. Building Workers, however, is a bit more challenging.
There’s been an upsurge in the number of ways to publish APIs using .NET in AWS. Knowing when to use which technology isn’t obvious at first glance.
An overview of some of the best ways to monitor .NET Web APIs
Feature toggles seem like a great idea at first glance. But do they cause more long-term damage than they are worth?
Load and performance tests are a key component of a thorough testing strategy. How do you know when it’s time to start implementing them?
There’s a right and wrong time to use any technology. When does .NET Core and AWS Lambda make sense?