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Git Scenarios: How Do I Fix That?

Have you ever wondered how to get out of a bad merge? Have you ever gotten stuck trying to push your changes?...

Scaling the Testing Pyramid in TypeScript

Unit tests? Integration tests? Mocks? Stubs? Fakes? How does this apply to the web? Let’s look at all the ways you can test a web app and demo all the tools you’d use....

Continuous Security by Design

Have you struggled to get security baked into your DevOps process or have your security needs taken a back seat to “run fast and break things”?...

Container Scanning: Run Fast and Stay Safe

Have you struggled to get security baked into your DevOps process or have your security needs taken a back seat to “run fast and break things”?...

Building Stateful Workloads in Kubernetes

It’s day 2. Kubernetes is running. You have your deployments and services set. Now how do you migrate the data store?...

Moving to Azure

How to we get to “the cloud”? What is “the cloud”? In this session we’ll look at modernizing a legacy application, removing single-server technologies like AppData and per-node cache....

Minimal APIs with ASP.NET

With ASP.NET 6.0, there’s a 4th coding paradigm joining MVC, WebAPI, and Razor Pages: Minimal APIs....

Your Technology Your Way: Full-stack Web and Service with .NET and Node

Do you want to build full-stack with your stack? We’ll build an ASP.NET website using Blazor and WebAPI, a back-end service using Service Worker and gRPC....

Minimal APIs with ASP.NET

With ASP.NET 6.0, there’s a 4th coding paradigm joining MVC, WebAPI, and Razor Pages: Minimal APIs....

The Definitive Deep Dive into the .git Folder

What’s in the .git folder? How are commits stored? How do branches work? We’ll dive deep into the objects folder, unpack commits, look at the types of DAG nodes, examine object content, and build a complete visualization of the stored content....
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