Many programmers tend to believe, that sticking to the particular technology of their choice while being reluctant to the other pieces of a rather complex process of providing a completed application is not their concern. DevOps, infrastructural concerns, cloud computing and so on – we got other teams able to do that, correct? Well, even if you do, you’re missing a huge piece of the knowledge that could save your day at some point in the future. Let me briefly present my point of view on the given subject.
Welcome to the ninth episode of my course “Becoming a software developer”, which is the beginning of creating HTTP RESTful backend application based on ASP.NET Core framework.
Recently I’ve been doing a lot of DevOps in order to automate the continuous integration and deployment (CI & CD) of the microservices as much as possible. In this article, I’d like to share with you some of my experiences how to get started with creating your own deployment process and this is going to be the first part of the series of articles related to this process.
I received another article from Jenny Holt related to the hot topic being Internet of Things. Hopefully you will find it helpful in understanding what IoT is all about.
It’s been already a year since I started blogging. And in this article, I’d like, to sum up a few things that happened during this awesome period.
Welcome to the sixth episode of my course “Becoming a software developer”, which will show you how to deal with types via reflection, asynchronous operations, multithreading and other more advanced parts of the C#.
All of the materials including videos and sample projects can be downloaded from here.
Hello, my friend! This post is dedicated to everyone who’s looking for a guide, how to start with publishing your content on the Internet and also work on an open source project along with (yet it’s not the required part and you can simply skip it). Also, feel free to scroll down directly to the tl;dr section.