The software industry has been growing significantly for the last few decades, and this trend seems to only be accelerating. Due to this fast growth, there has been an ever-increasing demand for software engineers and, since there are not enough developers to meet the demand, many companies often fail to cover their open positions. But, is it also possible that we are looking at the wrong skills when hiring?


This is the first part in a series demonstrating how to setup continuous deployment of an Azure Functions App using Azure DevOps build and release pipelines.


Anyone who worked on a big enterprise project knows memory leaks are like rats in a big hotel. You might not notice when there are few of them, but you always have to be on guard in case they overpopulate, break into the kitchen, and poop on everything.


This article shows how to create an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template which uses an Azure Key Vault. The ARM template is used to deploy an ASP.NET Core application as an Azure App Service. By using an Azure Resource Group project, the secret app settings can be fetched from the Azure Key Vault during deployment, and deployed to the Azure App Service. This makes it easy to automate the whole deployment process, and no secrets are added to the source.


If something worked for one company, that doesn’t necessarily mean it will work for yours


In this 4-part blog series, we’ll look inside the Chrome browser from high-level architecture to the specifics of the rendering pipeline. If you ever wondered how the browser turns your code into a functional website, or you are unsure why a specific technique is suggested for performance improvements, this series is for you.


Let’s make 2019… fast! An annual front-end performance checklist, with everything you need to know to create fast experiences today. Updated since 2016.


What will the Internet look like when humanity has reached interplanetary status? With companies like SpaceX aspiring to land the first humans on Mars by 2024, we don’t have a lot of time to figure it out. Thankfully there has already been some development in this space.