Quick little video about an interesting new logging related feature coming in .NET 6, compile-time logging source generation, as well as related high-performance logging features, which were already present but probably not very well known.
Distributed tracing isn’t a new subject by any means, but there are some more recent developments, namely in terms of standards like W3C Trace Context and OpenTelemetry, that are worth a look.
The upcoming release of ASP.NET Core 6 brings a pretty interesting feature set referred to as “Minimal APIs”. While they seem pretty interesting to me and many others, some folks are not fans and can be quite vocal about it, so I thought about taking quick look, put things in perspective, as well as compare with other tech stacks.
Don’t know about you, but when I build console applications, pretty is not a word I use to describe them. Let’s see how Spectre.Console can help us with that!
As much as it would be simpler, software isn’t something we can ship and forget about, or even just keep adding features without revisiting architecture and design.
Lately I noticed I’m essentially treating virtual methods as a code smell, so thought it could result in an interesting blog post.
Building on the work from the previous post, in this one we make use of GitHub Actions to setup workflows for easy setup and tear down of a demo environment in Azure.
As I’m preparing some demos using Azure services, wanted to have things in place so I can easily setup the whole environment. In this first part, we look at using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates to get all those services up and running.
In the past two posts on the path to publish a NuGet package, we started by setting up the build with NUKE and running it with GitHub Actions. Before we get to the actual publishing part, there’s one more thing we need, which is to handle versioning.
In a previous post, we started to prepare the build pipeline for a new library, using NUKE. In this post, we’re going to continue that work, setting up continuous integration, running the build with GitHub Actions when changes arrive.