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npm Package Approval Flows & Connectors

Posted on December 7th, 2023.

Are you deploying applications to production with packages directly sourced from npmjs.org? This is a common practice for many organizations, with npmjs.org being a popular repository among developers and all. However, with this comes a bunch of stuff you’ll need to watch out for. With npm Packages, your mileage may vary...

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Making Sense of npm Package Licenses

Posted on November 30th, 2023.

Are you using npmjs.org for all your JavaScript packages? Chances are you are, right? It’s pretty common to include them in your dev projects. But when it comes to package licenses, how closely are you really keeping an eye on them? With over 100 packages in any given project, each with its own license, it’s totally...

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Python

Deploying Python Using Docker: The Easy Way

Posted on November 28th, 2023.

CI/CD is one of the best development processes around; so you shouldn't be surprised it works well with Python! Read our post to learn a great way to get started.

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Why You Should Automate Your Python Tests with CI/CD

Posted on November 15th, 2023.

Picture this: a fantastic Python app with a growing number of tests, employing either unittest or pytest. Running pytest test_*.py helps you perform unit tests and protects your code from breaking, ensuring your app remains stable even when you update dependencies using pip install --upgrade package_name. Best part? You can kill any bugs...

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.NET

.NET 8: What’s new and How it Impacts Your Development

Posted on October 16th, 2023.

.NET 8, the latest installment in Microsoft’s ongoing .NET series of releases, is set to drop on November 8, 2023, and I seriously can’t wait! .NET 8 is going to introduce a bunch of enhancements designed to supercharge our apps and make everything run smoother than ever. So, you’re wondering why exactly I’m so...

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.NET

What to do with WCF in .NET 8 and Beyond

Posted on October 1st, 2023.

.NET 8 is just around the corner and has developers looking to migrate from .NET Framework. Problem is, they have no idea what to do with their Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) applications.

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Do I really need to leave .NET Framework for .NET 8?

Posted on September 13th, 2023.

Microsoft is all about .NET5+ (.NET 5 to .NET 8). But our trusty old .NET Framework isn’t going anywhere. It’s indefinitely supported. So even with all the buzz around .NET5+ releases, there are loads of good reasons to stay on .NET Framework for now, and there’s no rush to migrate just yet. In this article, I’ll...

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Demystifying Microsoft .NET Long Term Support (LTS) in 2024

Posted on August 30th, 2023.

.NET 8 is just around the corner, and Microsoft’s .NET support policies are still confusing. There’s .NET Framework, .NET Core, .NET Standard, .NET5+, and all of them have seem to have different life-cycles and different end of support dates. In this article, we'll clear-up Microsoft's .NET support policies to help you plan better.

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.NET

Windows Workflow Foundation: Time to Move On?

Posted on March 20th, 2023.

Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) doesn't port to .NET 5+, but it will function for years to come. But should you stick with it?

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.NET

4 Alternatives to Windows Workflow Foundation

Posted on March 7th, 2023.

Windows Workflow Foundation is not supported in .NET 6, but it still functions. Now is the time to plan for a WF alternative before it's too late.