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See just how easy it is to deploy a service mesh to your AKS cluster. William Morgan, maintainer of the open source service mesh Linkerd, joins Scott Hanselman to demonstrate just how easy it is to deploy Linkerd. Together they explore how to debug a live microservices application using the service ...

I think that we, as an industry, are still figuring game streaming out. It's challenging to find that sweet spot between quality and frames per second, all while respecting the speed of light and the laws of physics. That said, if you have a a rock solid 5Ghz wireless network, or better yet, a solid...

If you find yourself learning C# and .NET and come upon the "Run your first C# Program" documentation you may have noticed a "Try the code in your browser" button that lets you work through your first app entirely online, with no local installation! You're running C# and .NET in the browser! It's a ...

Enable Git source control (Azure DevOps Git or GitHub) in your data factories to do collaboration, source control, change tracking, change difference, continuous integration, and deployment.Visual authoring in Azure Data Factory - Advantages of Git integrationAzure Data Factory overviewAzure Data Fa...

Recorded live at Build 2019, Ralph Squillace joins Scott Hanselman to talk about Helm 3, the most commonly used distributed application package manager for Kubernetes. Helm enables you to package, store, and deploy Kubernetes-based applications of any type by treating all components as one...

Recorded live at Build 2019, Asavari Tayal joins Scott Hanselman to take a closer look at Python support in Azure Functions, which provides accelerated development and serverless hosting of event-driven applications. Python is a great fit for data manipulation, machine learning, scripting, and autom...

Recorded live at Build 2019, Byron Tardif joins Scott Hanselman to show the new full-screen create experience for Azure App Service, which provides a consistent, fast, and easy way to get started in the Azure portal.Azure App Service overviewAzure App Service docsCreate a free account (Azure) ...

I was at the Microsoft BUILD conference last week and spent some time with a young university student who came prepared. I was walking between talks and he had a sheet of paper organized with questions. We sat down and went through the sheet. One of his main questions that followed a larger theme wa...

I've blogged before about the Azure Cloud Shell. It's super cool and you can get your own easily in any browse by hitting https://shell.azure.com. You can have either bash or powershell, and you get a shared "cloud drive" that is persisted between sessions. If you have Visual Studio Code you can get...

ASP.NET Core updates in .NET Core 3.0 Preview 5 .NET Core 3.0 Preview 5 is now available. This iteration was brief for the team and primarily includes bug fixes and improvements to the more significant updates in Preview 4. This post summarizes the important points in this release. The post ASP.NET ...

"My fellow Windows users, our long national nightmare is over." The Windows Terminal is here, it's open source, it's real, and it's spectacular. It's very early days to be clear, but the new Windows Terminal is open source and it's up at https://github.com/microsoft/Terminal for you to check out. T...

David Sanchez joins Scott Hanselman to provide an overview of a fictitious retail store, Tailwind Traders, and how they modernized their applications using Azure. Learn from these open source reference apps, which are all powered by Azure, built with best-in-class tools, and made smarter throug...

For whatever reason when a programmer tries something out for the first time, they write a "Hello World!" application. In the IoT (Internet of Things) world of devices, it's always fun to make an LED blink as a good getting started sample project. When I'm trying out an IoT platform or tiny microcon...

We’ve just shipped the official version of the SignalR Service SDK with ASP.NET support: Microsoft.Azure.SignalR.AspNet v1.0.0 Azure SignalR Service is a fully managed Azure service for real-time messaging. It is a preferred way for scaling ASP.NET Core SignalR applications. However, SignalR Servic...

Eamon O'Reilly joins Scott Hanselman to show how PowerShell in Azure Functions makes it possible for you to automate operational tasks and take advantage of the native Azure integration to deliver and maintain services.Azure Functions overviewCreate your first PowerShell function in Azure (prev...

Gaurav Malhotra joins Scott Hanselman to show how to build a modern data warehouse solution from ingress of structured, unstructured, semi-structured data to code-free data transformation at scale and finally to extracting business insights into your Azure SQL Data Warehouse.Azure Data Factory overv...

One of the magical technologies that makes an Open Source Artificial Pancreas possible is "Software-defined Radio" or SDR. I have found that SDR is one of those technologies that you've either heard of and agree it's amazing or you've literally never heard of it. Well, buckle up, friends There's an ...

I've been a Type 1 diabetic for over 25 years. Diabetes sucks. They actually give you an award for staying alive for years on insulin. Diabetics don't usually die of old age, they die of heart disease or stroke, kidney failure, and while they're at it they may go blind, get nerve damage, amputation,...

Azure App Configuration is a service that enables you to centralize your application configuration. Built on the simple concept of key-value pairs, this service provides manageability, availability, and ease-of-use. You can use Azure App Configuration to store and retrieve settings for app...

.NET Core 3.0 Preview 4 is now available and it includes a bunch of new updates to ASP.NET Core. Here’s the list of what’s new in this preview: Razor Components renamed back to server-side Blazor Client-side Blazor on WebAssembly now in official preview Resolve components based on @using...

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