TWIL: August 14, 2022

Vacations are over, so I'm back to learning new stuff. This week I bring you 5 interesting and very informative podcasts on topics such as Azure Relay Service and Azure Traffic Manager. Also,

TWIL: July 31, 2022

This week I learned a lot of interesting things. Check out Azure App Configuration and Azure Confidential Ledger, two services that many of us know very little about. Also, two interesting articles

TWIL: July 24, 2022

These past two weeks, my focus has been on designing solutions based on Azure API Management and other Azure services that are used together with it. I also highlight a set of podcast episodes, like

TWIL: July 10, 2022

This week I dedicated less time than usual for my learning endeavors, but I still managed to listen to very interesting podcasts, and found a cool article on Netflix's system design and an awesome

TWIL: July 3, 2022

This week I continued looking into Data Mesh, as well as Data Warehouse, Data Lake and Data Lakehouse architectures. I also recommend a few episodes from the usual podcasts, namely an interesting

TWIL: June 26, 2022

Have you heard about Data Mesh? It's a hot topic in the data and analytics area, so I decided to give it a look as well and recommend a few articles, including a great video by Zhamak Dehghani, in

TWIL: June 19, 2022

This week I have been exploring strategies for legacy application migration to the cloud, data democratization and blob lifecycle management in Azure Storage. I also found an interesting article on

TWIL: June 12, 2022

Awesome stuff for you this week! I found Scott Hanselman's conversation with Daniel José Older really interesting and engaging. Also, the latest episode of .NET Rocks on gRPC was very informative. I

TWIL: June 5, 2022

Not a lot of stuff this week, but I recommend the Build 2022 updates episode of Azure Podcast and the latest episode of .NET Rocks about KlipTok. Also, an interesting article on the Lakehouse

TWIL: May 29, 2022

This week we had Microsoft Build 2022 and I highly recommend you to check the on-demand sessions because there is so much to learn there. If you just have time for a summary of the main