I haven’t really put pen to paper or committed bytes around a resolution in the past, but I want to make some changes and set some goals for my stream in the year ahead. I not only want to improve it professionally, but also make some personal changes for the better.Continue reading
It’s the end of 2018, and I’ve spent the last few days reflecting on my accomplishments, on-going projects, and missed opportunities. I always struggle when it comes time to reflect on what I have accomplished, especially when it comes time for year-end reviews with HR-like folks. I want to get better at that, so I’ll blog a bit more here to review some of the cool things from the last 12 monthsContinue reading
Hey friends, this post is a little late… but I hope you find it before Tuesday’s live streams from Microsoft Ignite.
Oh yea, Microsoft Ignite 2018 – we’re live streaming from there. I’ve got at least 3 streams planned, a 4th under consideration, and more rogue streaming if I can figure it out.
When working with Docker, most folks are very familiar with deploying and building Linux-based containers. ASP.NET Core is a web framework that works great on both Windows and Linux, and can run on both the cross-platform .NET Core framework and the classic .NET Framework. Last week, I was asked about how to package that ASP.NET Core application such that it runs on .NET Framework on a Windows-based container with IIS. I took some time on my live-stream show and walked through the process.
Wow… what a weekend. On this past Friday, I ran an eight-hour long virtual workshop on Twitch with 7 guests that covered a bunch of different software architecture projects. Here’s a YouTube playlist of the entire event, minus the transitions between each guest when I was connecting them to the event: