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This is one of the best videos I've seen explaining what subnetting is and how it works. About the Author of the Video Nill is an incredibly intelligent and knowledgeable software developer who makes a lot of vulgar straight to the point videos. I highly recommend watching them with your headphones on. HA!
Kubernetes: ConfigMaps with .NET
Kubernetes ConfigMaps with .NET Core This tutorial will cover how to mount a Kubernetes ConfigMap into a pod and how to read that configuration in .NET. I will also demonstrate the different ways a .NET application can read configuration from an appsettings.json file. One demonstration will reload configuration on change and how to listen for those changes. That does not...
Connecting Kafka Tool to Azure Event Hubs I find connecting the Kafka Tool or any tool to Kafka at times to be a cumbersome process. It seems like each service has some nuance for either security, ports, or connecting that makes it tricky or confusing. I'll show you how to easily connect your Kafka Tool to Azure Event Hubs so...
Docker MSBuild I created an image specifically for building legacy ASP.NET code. This is publicly available on Docker hub and GitHub. You may pull it and use it at your own discretion. https://hub.docker.com/repository/docker/mrjamiebowman/msbuild GitHub: Docker MSBuild How to Use First, you'll want to make sure your local Docker daemon is running Windows Containers. Pulling the image with Docker is very easy... docker push mrjamiebowman/msbuild Once you have...
Repository Pattern (C#) There are some really good articles out there about the repository pattern but I haven't seen one that strongly demonstrates different data providers, sample code, or some of the tricks I've learned. I primarily build internal business applications so I've used this pattern at almost every .NET job I've ever had. It's very common and I've learned...
Docker Tips & Tricks These are some useful random tricks I've learned about Docker over the years. Getting Shell Access to a Running Container docker exec -it containername /bin/bash Remove All Running Containers This command works by removing all running containers with force. The command "docker ps -aq" returns all running containers and only displays the container ID. docker rm -f $(docker ps -aq) Copying Files...
Kubernetes: Recreating Pods Sometimes it's practical to re-create a pod because it needs to re-load configuration or restart. Here are some tricks to deleting and re-creating pods. Delete All Pods By Label To get the labels of a pod run this command on the appropriate namespace. kubectl get pods -o wide kubectl delete pods -l app=kubernetes-tutorial -n mrjamiebowman Delete Each Pod Individually The key thing here...
PostgreSQL for .NET Developers Venturing into microservice architecture has forced me to become more aware of other technologies that may be more performant, cheaper, and or a better match for that specific need. PostgreSQL ("Postgres") is a relational database that is very comparable to Oracle. It's not that different than MSSQL but has some serious quirks. The more I learn...
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) I had some issues with Getting Azure AKS to work with PowerShell locally so I decided to document this. This post shows how I was able to get started using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with PowerShell. Azure provides a Kubernetes service that is capable of orchestrating Windows containers as well as Linux containers. This makes AKS...
Forcing Classic in Dynamics 365 With the roll-out of the Unified Interface Microsoft Dynamics 365 has hidden the classic layout. By appending ?forceclassic=1 to the end of the URL you can gain access to the older style CRM. The Unified Interface is great but it's been broken apart into Hubs. This may be confusing for users who are...
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