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 complete unit testing strategy structures tests at the folder, file and class level. This article details the different ways this can be acomplished.
A thorough testing strategy empowers CI/CD pipelines. I lay the groundwork for such a testing strategy with .NET Core in this first article of a five part series.
.NET Core applications can run on Windows or Linux. Figuring out who has the best support to do so isn’t easy.
Is there a clear leader for .NET Framework support among the big 3 cloud providers?
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.