Making cloudwithchris.com more accessible

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Making cloudwithchris.com more accessible

I’ve recently been on a journey. I’ve recently come across a number of accessibility issues on cloudwithchris.com. I’ve been working on making the site more accessible, and I’ve also been working on making it more inclusive. In this blog post, I’m going to outline some …

Accessibility Diversity and Inclusion Development Web Development

Chris Reddington Published on Fri, Jul 16, 2021

41 - DevOps on Azure

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41 - DevOps on Azure

In this episode, Chris is joined by Mert Yeter, a software engineer with 16 years of experience in .NET and Microsoft technologies. We’ll be talking all things DevOps on Azure, including Azure Container Registry, Azure Container Instances and Azure Kubernetes Service. We’ll also get a …

Traefik Development DevOps Testing

Chris Reddington Mert Yeter Published on Fri, Jul 2, 2021

36 - Application Insights: The Tool You Never Knew You Needed

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36 - Application Insights: The Tool You Never Knew You Needed

Understanding how our applications function in the wild is essential for developers when issues arise. With the power of knowledge, we can enable ourselves to provide the best experience to our fellow developers, and our stakeholders. One of the solutions that supplies this power is Application …

DevOps Developer Development Application Insights Application Observability

Chris Reddington Isaac Levin Published on Fri, May 21, 2021

Using schema.org for SEO optimisation

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Using schema.org for SEO optimisation

One of my recent tasks for Cloud with Chris was to investigate some additional areas for SEO improvements. If you’re unaware, SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization; a set of practices to improve your ranking in search engines such as Google, Bing and others when they crawl and index your …

SEO Development Web Development

Chris Reddington Published on Mon, May 3, 2021

32 - Accelerate .NET to Azure with GitHub Actions

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32 - Accelerate .NET to Azure with GitHub Actions

GitHub Actions makes it easy to automate all your software workflows, now with world-class CI/CD. Build, test, and deploy your code right from GitHub. Make code reviews, branch management, and issue triaging work the way you want. With .NET Core bringing a cross platform approach, getting your …

DevOps Developer Development

Chris Reddington Isaac Levin Published on Fri, Mar 26, 2021

JAMStack and the Cloud - A winning combination

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JAMStack and the Cloud - A winning combination

When I mention the term JAMStack, I’m not pretending that I’m Paddington bear with a stack of Jam sandwiches! If you hadn’t heard, JAMStack is a term that describes applications based on JavaScript, APIs and Markup. That means, we’re referring to files that are content in …

Development Static Content Hugo Cloud Design Patterns Web Development Azure CosmosDB Azure Storage Serverless

Chris Reddington Published on Wed, Jan 20, 2021

Contributing to Open Source

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Contributing to Open Source

Contributing to Open Source Software. It sounds so formal, doesn’t it? I thought that for quite a long time, and it put a bit of a mental barrier in place for me to begin my journey. I am a classic over thinker, but that’s perhaps another blog in its own right!

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Development Open Source Community How to

Chris Reddington Published on Tue, Jan 12, 2021

GitHub Codespaces, Visual Studio Code and Remote Containers

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GitHub Codespaces, Visual Studio Code and Remote Containers

Imagine the scenario. You’re a developer and you need to go and build some code. You need to install a number of dependencies, a code editor and perhaps a number of frameworks, only to find the code still doesn’t compile on your machine. Probably because you’re missing some …

GitHub GitHub Actions DevOps GitHub Codespaces Development Visual Studio Code Containers

Git hub actions and azure

Chris Reddington Published on Fri, Jan 8, 2021

4 - Hackathons

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4 - Hackathons

Here we go - Episode #4! Have you ever had an idea, and you want to quickly prove it out? Or have you wanted to build out a scenario to expand your own skills, whether that is development, design or perhaps other skills? You’ve probably heard about Hackathon events in recent years, and …

Hackathons Development Agile Azure Requirements

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Chris Reddington Maria Vrabie Published on Sun, Apr 12, 2020