This posts talks about some of the standards and practices we use for our internal NuGet packages in our organization.
This blog post talks about captive dependency. It highlights the potential issues you might face when lifetime services are not configured correctly.
As I have written in my previous posts, we are working on a greenfield solution and developing multiple microservices as
I, like many others, usually write about my learning and success in my blog posts. But one of my colleagues
Recently, we had a requirement to pass a mandatory/ default header to all our HTTP POST requests. Our application is built on
In this series I have talked about how we migrated an existing application to run against multiple DB Providers: Azure
This is the second and last post in the series: Running an ASP.NET Core application against Azure SQL and Amazon
In my previous post, I had talked about how we to ported an existing repository code from Azure SQL to Amazon
I recently got an opportunity to work on migrating Azure SQL Database to Amazon Aurora. Well, it was not technically
We are currently working on a greenfield project which involves building several microservices on Azure. One of our primary services