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Adventures in Dapr: Episode 5 - Debugging Containers with Visual Studio

Adventures in Dapr: Episode 5 - Debugging Containers with Visual Studio

James Dawson

If you're interested in the Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) and how it can simplify migrating existing workloads to use cloud platform services, then this series might be for you. In this post, we use the container tools in Visual Studio to debug why a newly-containerised service is not working.
C# 11.0 new features: raw string literals

C# 11.0 new features: raw string literals

Ian Griffiths

C# 11.0 adds various improvements to string literals. In this post, Ian explains how raw string literals can make your code more readable.
How to design APIs for Accessibility

How to design APIs for Accessibility

Matthew Adams

Learn how accessibility-aware API design creates a great experience for all developers, not just those with accessibility needs.
Correctly configuring ASP.NET Core MVC authentication when hosting in Azure Container Apps

Correctly configuring ASP.NET Core MVC authentication when hosting in Azure Container Apps

Jonathan George

A short rundown of why you need the ForwardedHeadersMiddleware when using Azure Container Apps to host an ASP.NET Core MVC app requiring authentication
My first year as an apprentice software engineer at endjin

My first year as an apprentice software engineer at endjin

Jessica Hill

Jessica joined endjin as part of the Software Engineering Apprenticeship 2021 cohort. In this post, Jessica reflects on her first year.
Lazy and once-only C# async initialization

Lazy and once-only C# async initialization

Ian Griffiths

Performing lazy and/or just-once initialization is a simple optimization. But what if the initialization is async?
Bye bye Azure Functions, Hello Azure Container Apps: Conclusions

Bye bye Azure Functions, Hello Azure Container Apps: Conclusions

Jonathan George

In the sixth and final post we draw our conclusions about migrating an application from Azure Functions to Azure Container Apps.
The OpenChain specification explained

The OpenChain specification explained

Charlotte Gayton

When implementing OpenChain, understanding the specification will help guide your organisation to having processes in place to review and manage open-source software
What are the risks with open-source software?

What are the risks with open-source software?

Charlotte Gayton

The key risks associated with open-source software, from whether you use it minimally, to using it throughout all your systems.
What is OpenChain?

What is OpenChain?

Charlotte Gayton

With much of the modern world is built upon software, organisations need to understand and manage the legal and security risks associated with open-source software.
An Overview of the Corvus.Retry Library

An Overview of the Corvus.Retry Library

Liam Mooney

Corvus.Retry is an open source repository that provides functionality for building policies and strategies for handling transient faults. This post provides a spotlight on the repository.
How to sign your git commits

How to sign your git commits

Charlotte Gayton

Signing git commits proves that you are the author of the code you are pushing up to GitHub, and helps protect the integrity of your software supply chain.
An Overview of the Corvus.Globbing Library

An Overview of the Corvus.Globbing Library

Liam Mooney

Corvus.Globbing is an .NET open source library that provides high performance, zero allocation functionality for working with globs.