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Diagnosing .NET Core ThreadPool Starvation with PerfView (Why my service is not saturating all cores or seems to stall).
October 21, 2018
This article is worth a read if you have A service written in .NET (and in particular .NET ASP.NET Core) Its ability to service incoming load has topped out But the machine's CPUs are not fully utilized (often only using a small fraction of the total available CPU In extreme cases, the loss of throughput...
ASP.NET Core 2.1 Web API – Load App Configuration from appsettings.json, Dockerfile environment variables, Azure Key Vault Secrets and Kubernetes ConfigMaps/Secrets
October 20, 2018
This article is second part of the series on Deploying Angular, ASP.NET Core and SQL Server on Linux to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster. The first part, describes steps needed to deploy these components to AKS. App configuration in ASP.NET Core is based on key-value pairs established by configuration providers. Configuration providers read configuration data into key-value...
Live Webinar - Refactor Now or Never - Registration
October 15, 2018
The same popular metaphor of unit-testing write the test, break it, fix it can be applied at a higher level of abstraction to improve the average quality of your codebase just as you code. Got the point of the code you're going to write? Then write it to see if it fits, ensure it works as it should, fix it and then check-in. Let’s face it! You'd better put any reasonably possible effort in writing code right the first time as you'll never have realistically the time to clean it later. Write your code as if your peers are violent psychopatics that know where you live. Or, more quietly, write your code as a message to the posterity. However, nobody writes code right the first time and any code one second after having been written is legacy code. Aim then at having the classiest legacy code ever.
Microsoft: .NET Core Is the Future, So Get Moving -- Visual Studio Magazine
October 15, 2018
In a Visual Studio Live! conference keynote Tuesday a couple of Microsoft program managers discussed .NET today and tomorrow, clearly signaling that .NET Core is the future of the ecosystem and that programmers should use it for all new development projects.
Microsoft’s Content Delivery Network is now generally available
October 10, 2018
We are excited to announce that Microsoft’s offering within Azure CDN is now generally available. Azure CDN from Microsoft provides Azure customers the ability to deliver content from Microsoft’s own global CDN network.
We are expanding our team and looking for a talented .NET Core Developer, who is ready to gain new experience and share their own, working closely with colleagues. Combination of commercial experience and fundamental knowledge, ability to apply them in practice, passion for complex tasks, and good English – such is the recipe for our successful cooperation. Our projects include mobile and desktop apps, websites, web services, and complex solutions that consist of these components. It should be noted that we don't hire people just for one project. You have opportunity to become an essential part of our team. Join us!
On behalf of our client, Simple Step Recruiters is looking for Senior.Net/C# developer to join fast growing team of European product company in Kiev.
The company is a leading developer of industrial IoT solutions to track people and objects or transport sensor data, using mesh network technologies in Norway.
Senior Full Stack (.NET Engineer), Medical Appointment Scheduling Service
There are several projects that DataArt’s specialists will work on. One of them is to improve the platform’s performance and expand its features. The other is to attract new users, set up SSO authentication through a social network, and improve SEO. These projects are implemented on React, Redux, GQL, and AWS.