TWIL: January 9, 2022

Welcome to 2022! This week I highly recommend you to listen to end-of-the-year geek outs by Richard Campbell and Carl Franklin on the .NET Rocks podcast. Also a lot of stuff on Redis cache and an

TWIL: December 30, 2021

This is the last TWIL (This Week I Learned) of 2021 and it's coming a bit later than usual due to holidays and other stuff. There's a couple of articles on Quantum Computing (by Microsoft) and a few

TWIL: December 19, 2021

This week revolved a lot around the log4j vulnerability (Log4Shell), but I'd also like to highlight an awesome podcast by Scott Hanselman with David Copperfield and the .NET Rocks podcast on DAPR.

TWIL: December 12, 2021

The year is coming to an end, but learning never stops. This week's TWIL features an extremely interesting (and a bit long) report on the state of AI, a few articles on serverless computing and new

TWIL: December 5, 2021

This week, most of my learning was through podcasts. But there are also news about Kubernetes 1.23, Azure Chaos Studio and a nice article on JWT, JWE and JWS tokens. Interested? Take a

TWIL: November 28, 2021

I got to dive a little deeper on caching topics this week, namely in-memory data grid and databases, as well as Netflix's EVCache. There's also a couple of diagram drawing tools I find useful, and

TWIL: November 21, 2021

Last week I returned to hearing the usual podcasts and got to do some research on API Management as well as Serverless options in Microsoft Azure. If these topics interest you, then good

TWIL: November 14, 2021

Last week I got to read a lot about several different topics. You'll find stuff about Azure Serverless, API Gateway pattern, Policy-Based Access Control (PBAC) and a couple of Microsoft news. I hope

TWIL: November 7, 2021

This week there was a lot of news to catch up. Between Microsoft's announcements from Ignite, a security checklist for containers and an awesome periodic table of DevOps tools, there's a lot of

TWIL: October 31, 2021

I learned a lot of cool stuff this week. Have you heard about Pathways from Google or Gorilla database from Facebook? Did you know Kafka 3.0 has been released last month? Take a look below and maybe