(Kasra Madadipouya) Quarkus is a supersonic Java framework built with a cloud-native first mentality. It’s blazing fast in startup and has a much smaller memory footprint compared to Spring Boot. Quarkus is well integrated with Hibernate and works flawlessly.
(Jason Roberts) This is part ten in a series of articles.
(Liron Amitzi) These days I’m in the progress of patching all databases for a specific client to 18.10 (from 18.9 as we need to be up to date).
(Pinal Dave) After reading my yesterday’s blog post on Azure Data Studio- Export Any SQL SERVER Query As JSON, I got a question from my regular client of Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. The question was about is there any way we can see SQL Server Execution Plan in Azure Data Studio
(Krzysztof Ksiazek) These days databases spanning across multiple clouds are quite common. They promise high availability and possibility to easily implement disaster recovery procedures.
(David Ramel) Visual Studio senior program manager Mads Kristensen has created a new extension pack for the IDE to ease the acquisition of the basic tools that would benefit all developers.
(Ben Nadel) At InVision, when a user goes to upload a screen for an interactive prototype, we have the browser upload the file directly to S3 using a pre-signed URL. We’ve been using this technique for years and it’s worked perfectly well.
(damienbod) This post shows how to restrict access to an ASP.NET Core API to only allow users from a defined Azure AD group to use a protected API. The API uses an Azure App registration for authorization.
(Martien van den Akker) Years ago, I had plans to write a book about BPEL or at least a series of articles to be bundled as a BPEL Course. I stranded with only one Hello World article.