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Microservice Series - From Zero to Hero

I am working as a consultant and software engineer on different projects which focus on microservice, DevOps, and process automation. Many of my consulting jobs are about explaining microservice, w...

Azure Kubernetes Service - Getting Started

In my eyes, the two biggest inventions in the last years are the cloud and Kubernetes (K8s). Today, I want to combine both and give you a high-level over of Kubernetes using Microsoft’s Azure Kuber...

Get xUnit Code Coverage from Docker

Getting code coverage in Azure DevOps is not well documented and the first time I configured it, it took me quite some time to figure out how to do it. It gets even more complicated when you run yo...

C# 9.0 - What's new

Microsoft released with .NET 5 also C# 9.0. This version of C# focuses mainly on productivity improvements and tries to help developers to reduce their time typing. You can find the code of this d...

Upgrade a Microservice from .NET Core 3.1 to .NET 5.0

Microsoft released the next major release, called .NET 5.0 which succeeds .NET Core 3.1. .NET 5.0 comes with a lot of improvements and also with C# 9. It also is the first step of a unified .NET pl...

Run xUnit Tests inside Docker during an Azure DevOps CI Build

Running your build inside a Docker container has many advantages like platform independence and better testability for developers. These containers also bring more complexity though. In my last pos...

Build Docker in an Azure DevOps CI Pipeline

In my last post, I showed how to build a .NET Core Microservice with an Azure DevOps CI pipeline. Today, I want to build these microservices in an other Azure DevOps CI pipeline and push the images...

We moved to Jekyll

When I started my blog, I was looking for something simple so I can write my posts and don’t have to manage much behind the scenes. WordPress was the most known blogging platform back then and I al...

Run the CI Pipeline during a Pull Request

In the modern DevOps culture, the goal is to get features as fast as possible into production. Additionally, we have to guarantee that these new features don’t break anything. To do that, I will sh...

Build .NET Core in a CI Pipeline in Azure DevOps

A crucial feature of DevOps is to give the developer fast feedback if their code changes work. This can be done by automatically building code and running tests every time changes are checked-in. T...