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

TWIL: May 22, 2022

This week I recommend a set of articles about Web Components, the new landing zone accelerator for Azure API Management and Azure Static Web Apps CLI. I also highlight the Azure Tips & Tricks

TWIL: May 15, 2022

This week I'm highlighting a set of podcasts, namely an episode on how kids can learn to code and another one about the book and website, both by Scott Hanselman. I also recommend the

TWIL: May 8, 2022

Two very busy weeks led me to skip one TWIL, but here is This Week I Learned! I'm highlighting a set of podcast episodes on topics such as Open Service Mesh and IaC, as well as a few articles on

TWIL: April 24, 2022

Falcone, which was really cool. Beside that, I spent a ton of time around Dapr and Cosmos DB, and I recommend reading about the launch of Microsoft Purview, the new suite of products of compliance

TWIL: April 17, 2022

bout Azure Container Apps, one of the new services offered in Azure with a special focus on microservices with a serverless model. I also highlight a few interesting podcasts on different topics,

TWIL: April 10, 2022

This week I'll highlight three episodes from the .NET Rocks podcast, on Avalonia, Lift & Shifting to the cloud and Azure Static Web Apps. A few articles on a different topics, from quantum computing,

TWIL: April 3, 2022

This Week I Learned about using HashiCorp Vault for secret management and Flex CD for GitOps in Kubernetes. I also highlight two interesting podcasts: one on Azure Marketplace and another one on