At work, we are planning to migrate our WPF application from .NET Framework 4.7 to .NET Core 3.0. The main reason for doing so is that it was always a big pain to organize the updates of the .NET Framework on our customer machines. So being able to bundle .NET Core with our application is a big plus for us. Then, for sure, we are looking for the performance improvements brought by .NET Core and finally the new capabilities brought by the fast pace of innovation of .NET Core.Continue reading
As you might have guessed reading some of my older posts, I like to automate things which I believe a computer should do in place of humans.Continue reading
On Saturday, June 2, 2018, I had the chance to participate in the .NET Core Community online Hackathon.
As I got up really early this Saturday morning, I took the opportunity to participate. My goal was to see something new and learn a bit about how .NET Core is built and gain some new experience.Continue reading
I am just back from 2.5 months unpaid leave which I used to spend time with my family. So, I almost did not spend time with software development. One exception is that I wanted to be able to configure Visual Studio 2017 to be able to debug into ASP.NET Core 2.0 source code.Continue reading
In the last posts, we looked at the code to build a HipChat Connect add-on with ASP.NET Core, run the solution in a Docker container and secure the access to the application with a valid HTTPS certificate that we got from Let’s Encrypt for free and finally deploy all of this on Azure!Continue reading
Following my previous posts on ASP.NET Core RC2, Docker and HipChat Connect add-on and Deploying Docker containers running ASP.NET Core RC2 to Microsoft Azure Cloud I needed, as promised in the last post, to come with a solution to secure the whole with an HTTPS certificate!Continue reading