In this post I will discuss how to use Azure API Management to build a scalable and cost effective API gateway.
In this post I will show how to expose multiple microservices from a Kubernetes cluster. This specific example uses Asp.Net Core microservices, but the approach will work for any microservice technology.
In this post I will show how to deploy microservices to Kubernetes. My example will show how to deploy a microservice with a public IP in front of an internal service with a cluster scoped IP.
It’s still a bit too early to use the .Net Bazel rules in a real enterprise project, but it’s at least possible to start doing some small POCs. In this article I will show how I built a .Net Core RabbitMQ queue producer/consumer using a Bazel setup.
In this post I will show how to configure Kubernetes to avoid downtime during pod deployments. In my example I will be using an Asp.Net Core microservice deployed to a Kubernetes cluster running in Azure, but the ideas discussed here are not tech or cloud provider specific.
In this post I will show how I created a gRPC based api using Asp.Net Core.
In this post I will show how to create a serverless Azure function.
In this post I will show how to dockerize an Asp.Net microservice and host it behind an nginx reverse proxy.
In this post I do a quick comparison between client side Blazor and server side Blazor.
This post is a quick write-up of a POC I worked on this weekend using .Net Blazor.
In this article I will show a simple example of how to build a simple C# self hosted web api using Bazel.
Microsoft has open sourced their entire .Net platform. This is huge since it opens up the .Net framework to a lot of new users who were previously blocked by the “Windows only” policy. As part of this effort Microsoft also released a new editor called Visual Studio Code. In this post I will summarize some of my experiences from taking the new editor for a quick spin.
I have created two helper libraries for building xpath xpressions in c#. Here are the nuget packages to get them.