When we develop software we use a lot of packages, some are top-notch open source and others can be internal. Examples are packages that are used by teams for purposes that are common across projects or packages that are required by enterprise to be included in projects.
Full Stack .NET Developer @ Cox Automotive UK. Enjoys working w/ the .NET Stack & Azure. This is a reminder to keep himself updated and give back to the community. He also loves his guitar.
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Last Monday I participated as a speaker on .NET Oxford's lighting talks event. This was my second time presenting Terraform but the experience was way different as of course it was a virtual presentation, weird but fun. You can watch
In my quest to learn more about Blazor I've started of a small toy project I had in my head for quite a while. One of the first steps for was to create a mood slider. Of course I'm a
I find working with terraform a pretty neat way for managing infrastructure, what I don't like though is that if someone needs to make a change he has to go through a process of before applying the change, after all it's all about automation.
Release notes should be considered a part of the DevOps process and every team member involved in the Sprint deliverables should contribute to them.
As this blog runs on a Ubuntu VPS I wanted to ensure that I get daily backups of it for obvious reasons. I opted for Azure Storage account - Cool tier for that. In order to setup the daily backups
Software delivery teams, agile or not, follow a standardised release pipeline before bringing a new feature to the production environment. Such case would be the in-between stages after the pull request has been completed. In my case this would be DEV / QA / PreLive / Live (production).