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.
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?
It’s that time of year when everyone puts together a list of trends and technologies that will gain popularity in the coming year. This blog post is no exception.
Reduce the risk of deploying to production with canaries in a coal mine
Lots of software gets built with less than perfect requirements. The results are typically less than ideal. Requirements need to be clear and precise but there’s more to delivering a high quality feature than just making sure all the requirements are met.