Microservices

1Gig-Tech (#36) – Microservices, Docker, VSO, PowerBI

July 23, 2016 1Gig Tech , , ,

Welcome to 1Gig Tech update!

In today’s edition, there are 8 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • Stack Overflow Documentation for Microsoft Developers
    Today we are announcing a partnership with Stack Overflow to support Stack Overflow Documentation for Microsoft developers. As part of this effort, we are letting our users know that Stack Overflow Documentation content will be integrated into docs.microsoft.com API reference content in the future.
  • Setup Visual Studio, .NET, and Docker Under an Hour (chris)
    Some fairly recent announcements have indicated some interesting potential when it comes to using Docker in the Microsoft .NET space.  First off, with ASP.NET Core, it is now much easier to host an ASP.NET HTTP-enabled app (either API or MVC site) within a Docker container [].
  • Bring in business 24/7 with Microsoft Bookings (Office)
    As a business owner, you know that scheduling appointments with customers can take a lot of your time. Sending emails back and forth, playing phone tag and reminding people to show up can clutter your day and keep you from the more important work of growing your business.
  • Visual Studio Online content pack for Power BI
    Use the Visual Studio Online content pack for Power BI to gain insights into your git and TFVC team projects. After you make a connection, your data comes to you automatically on a dashboard and in reports.

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1Gig-Tech (#35) – WebGoat, Microservices, Docker, BotFramework

July 17, 2016 1Gig Tech , , ,

Welcome to 1Gig Tech update!

In today’s edition, there are 13 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • How Google Sold Its Engineers on Management (David A. Garvin)
    Since the early days of Google, people throughout the company have questioned the value of managers. That skepticism stems from a highly technocratic culture. As one software engineer, Eric Flatt, puts it, “We are a company built by engineers for engineers.
  • Awesome .NET
    Albacore is a professional quality suite of Rake tasks for building .NET or Mono based systems. Capturing CLR and application-level metrics. So you know what’s going on.
  • 5 Impeccable Reasons Node.js is Great for Startups
    Among the developers recently server side frameworks became hugely popular because of the ease of development and other performance attributes. Among all the server side frameworks Node.js became the most favorite among startups worldwide.
  • Microservices hosted in Docker
    This tutorial details the tasks necessary to build and deploy an ASP.NET Core microservice in a Docker container. During the course of this tutorial, you’ll learn: Docker makes it easy to create standard machine images to host your services in a data center, or the public cloud.
  • How Do Mobile Emulators Even? (Jen Looper)
    Every mobile developer’s professional life is dominated by those little moments where fingers hover over the keyboard while the developer waits patiently for a window to appear on the screen containing a version of the mobile app over which he or she has been laboring.

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1Gig-Tech (#22) – TrackJS, Microservices, PowerShell, .NET CLI

December 27, 2015 1Gig Tech , , ,

In the last edition for 2015, there are 11 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

Happy holidays!

  • Exploring the new .NET (Scott Hanselman)
    I’ve never much like the whole “dnvm” and “dnu” and “dnx” command line stuff in the new ASP.NET 5 beta bits. There’s reasons for each to exist and they were and they have been important steps, both organizationally and as aids to the learning process.
  • PowerShell Classes for Developers
    Classes in PowerShell have been a feature since long and creating objects of these classes isn’t new. From the classic way of creating objects of .NET classes (like the MailMessage in Example 1 below) or to defining a custom .NET class (in the Example 2 below), we have seen PowerShell extend .
  • Azure WebJobs are awesome and you should start using them right now!
    These real world experiences with Azure are now available in the Pluralsight course “Modernizing Your Websites with Azure Platform as a Service” No really, they’re totally awesome! I used Azure WebJobs in the very early days and whilst they served a purpose, I wasn’t blown away with them at the
  • Create a database, as easily as a spreadsheet
    A query UI anyone can use Filter, sort, group and report with ease. Even non-technical teammates can use our query UI. Save any query as a view to get back to anytime or to share with the team. A query UI anyone can use Filter, sort, group and report with ease.
  • What you need to know about Bootstrap 4 (Ezequiel Bruni)
    Bootstrap is beloved by many. Well, if not “beloved”, then it is at least appreciated for what it is: a giant framework with almost everything you could need for building a site or web app interface. Bootstrap is changing, though. That’s right, version four is in alpha release.
  • Data Science and Machine Learning Essentials
    Learn key concepts of data science and machine learning with examples on how to build a cloud data science solution with R, Python and Azure Machine Learning from the Cortana Analytics Suite.
  • A Review of JavaScript Error Monitoring Services (Raymond Camden)
    If you’re like me, then you’ve been diligent about writing the best JavaScript code you can. You lint. You write tests (both for the code and the UI). You check out your site in multiple different browsers, locales, time zones, and dimensions. You do a good job. Rock on, you.
  • Data Sketches – Yahoo! (YAHOO)
    In the analysis of big data there are often problem queries that don’t scale because they require huge compute resources to generate exact results, or don’t parallelize well. Examples include count distinct, quantiles, most frequent items, joins, matrix computations, and graph analysis.
  • TrackJS
    Minified JavaScript code is hard to debug. With Trackjs, simply drag-and-drop your sourcemap on to a stacktrace and we’ll automatically un-minify source code.

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We will resume again in Feb 2016 (yes, not in Jan due to some other commitments).

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1Gig-Tech (#12) – Rosyln, ML, Microservices, Xaml, Visual Studio

September 27, 2015 1Gig Tech , , , ,

Welcome to 1Gig Tech update!

In today’s edition, there are 14 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • Friends don’t let friends use AutoMapper
    AutoMapper looks like magic! So why is it evil? AutoMapper is a convention-based mapping tool that, in essence, copies values from one class to another. There’s a whole bunch more cleverness but that’s it in a nutshell.
  • Perspex/Perspex (kekekeks)
    Perspex is delivered as a NuGet package. You can find the packages here: (stable(ish), nightly) Perspex is a multi-platform windowing toolkit – somewhat like WPF – that is intended to be multi- platform.
  • Microservices
    Let’s just nip the conflation of these terms in the bud, shall we? “Micro” is big these days. Both microservices and microsegmentation are having and will continue to have an impact on data center architecture, but not necessarily for the same reasons.
  • Xamarin Studio
    Xamarin Studio’s type system is now based on Roslyn, Microsoft’s open source .NET compiler platform. Even though this is an internal change, it has several practical benefits:
  • Release Notes: September 20, 2015
    xUnit.net 2.1 RC 2 Core framework BUG: Fixed an issue with AsyncTestSyncContext throwing exceptions with the Devices Runner. BUG: Changed the way test assemblies are loaded on the desktop, which should fix some usage of “no app domain” mode. Extensibility Added a new TraitHelper class to xunit.

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1Gig-Tech (#11) – IoT, OneDrive, Roslyn, ScriptCS, Microservices

September 20, 2015 1Gig Tech , , , ,

Welcome to 1Gig Tech update!

In today’s edition, there are 10 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • The Internet of your things
    The Internet of Things (IoT) brings together devices, sensors, cloud, data and your imagination. Build what matters most to you. Rapidly prototype and build your Windows IoT solutions on a variety of devices running Windows 10 IoT Core.
  • Strategies for Isolating Applications (Peter Vogel)
    If you’re not careful, you’ll replace your huge, lumbering unmaintainable enterprise applications with a web of applications that can’t be changed without blowing each other up. But if you apply the same tools you use inside your applications to your application architecture, you can avoid that.
  • Building Roslyn-Based Analyzers and Diagnostics (Greg Duncan)
    Do you know the difference between a syntax model and a syntactic model? You probably do, but you will still want to check out this exploration of the new Roslyn-based compilers in the upcoming release of Visual Studio! Help your team grow great coding habits, with this set of APIs that you can
  • Endeavours With scriptcs.hosting
    One of the most promising perspectives in scriptcs, in my opinion, is hosting. Basically hosting is the complete package of scriptcs, just put inside your own application. It can be pretty mind blowing to think about this. Hosting makes it possible execute C# scripts inside of any standard .
  • How we ended up with microservices.
    Microservices are a thing these days. When I was at SoundCloud, I was responsible for the migration from a monolithic Ruby on Rails application to a constellation of microservices.

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