I wrote an article recently about utilizing Remote Containers in Visual Studio Code with the Serverless Framework. I personally love working with a local container to create a consistent, isolated build and development environment… Read more “Running Remote Containers… FAST!”
I was showing SQL Server 2019 to some aspiring .NET developers recently. Aside from discussing relational database concepts, we also dug into various SQL statements and queries.… Read more “Exploring SQL Server 2019 with Docker”
What’s better than starting a new greenfield project? You finally have the opportunity to leverage all the latest patterns, technologies, and frameworks that you’ve been dying to… Read more “Adding Docker to the ASP.NET Core Angular Template”
Development frameworks, platforms, and tools that do not offer a rich development experience will ultimately lack in adoption. Docker is an amazing technology but, what is the… Read more “Getting Started with Docker in Visual Studio 2019”
There is no question that .NET Core has exploded in popularity over the last couple of years. The new cross-platform successor to the .NET Framework has opened… Read more “Debugging an ASP.NET Core Docker Container in Windows AND Linux”
Utilizing a secure identity provider is essential to any web platform. Many cloud based solutions such as Auth0, Azure B2C, or AWS SSO are available in the… Read more “Running IdentityServer4 in a Docker Container”
This is the second post of a two part series on ASP.NET Core, Docker, and Docker Swarm. In our previous post, we created an ASP.NET Core Docker… Read more “.NET, Docker, and Swarm OH MY! – Pt 2”
One of my favorite aspects of .NET Core is its ability to run on multiple operating systems (Linux, Mac, Windows). I love being able to run applications on Linux in particular because it is cheaper 🙂 and it allows architectures to easily be containerized.