I’ve written about technical debt before, (and will probably write about it a million times before all the writing is done), but the reason we’re chatting today, or rather, the reason you’re staring at these words on your computer monitor (how quaint), is that Aaron Stannard has written about technical debt too and he adds … Continue reading “Aaron Stannard on Technical Debt and Optionality”
Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks; the effects of which changed the lives of billions of people. In a “very significant to me” moment but “incredibly insignificant to the world” view, I would never have met my wife or have the life and kids I have today if it weren’t … Continue reading “[Last Week in .NET #59] – Min/Max Life Changes”
👷♀️ Working with Nuget Local Packages An up to date look at how to publish nuget packages locally. 🤖🧠 Plan for Deep Learning in .NET The Machine Learning team at Micorosoft has published their plan for Deep Learning in .NET; and in case you don’t know the difference between Deep Learning and Machine Learning, I … Continue reading “[Last Week in .NET #58] – Deep Learning Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry”
The biggest news this week (and will likely trump any sort of news for the next couple of weeks in the Microsoft space) is that Azure has a vulnerability dubbed “ChaosDB” that exposed its customers keys to the world, leaving every single CosmosDB customer’s database data exposed for the taking. There’s a technical deep-dive into … Continue reading “[Last Week in .NET #57] – So, Azure your keys are safe?”
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