If you’re running a .net / Azure / Azure DevOps shop and you haven’t had the request to move your apps into a container, it’s coming!
Though it can be one of the most feared actions a software company makes, don’t be afraid to automate software deployments.
Learn about the PowerShell tab-completion feature and how Register-ArgumentCompleter gives you more control over app development and management.
Learn how to use the PowerShell tab-completion feature to create dynamic parameters that change the values for tab completion at runtime.
Writing and maintaining a README file for your internal projects.
The Onion DevOps Project Template helps you to get up and running with end-to-end Onion DevOps sample code and AzDo pipelines.
Chris Patterson is active in the open-source community and has created many projects, including MassTransit, a distributed application framework for .NET.
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