DRY and microservices

Keeping code DRY is a great concept in writing clean code. It reminds developers to write modularized that is easier to maintain. But taking this principle outside of code, can be dangerous. Taking it to architecture, infrastructure as code, and...

DevOps or Agile first?

I hear it often. Companies looking to adopt agile so that they can move faster. To streamline their slow processes. To improve the quality of software they build. What happens if a company tries to adopt Agile without DevOps? What...

Importing a NuGet package to Azure DevOps

Sometimes, when first adopting Azure DevOps, you might find out about Azure Artifacts. With Azure Artifacts, you can host your NuGet packages (along with other package types) securely and easily. You end creating a feed. Then, it’s also easy to...

Azure app service and network security

Azure App Service Environments are expensive. You do get true network isolation and dedicated instances in which you can place behind custom WAF appliances. However, in many cases, many organizations can save on costs by using multi-tenant Azure app services....

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