Azure and Microsoft in general always was part of my background as a Software Engineer. I’ve been working with Azure for a long time, but my experiences was more leading teams that used to use Azure, I mean, I was not the one who was doing the actual work. I was more like the manager supporting the expert team building the solutions. Yeah, of course, I was doing some work, but it was more like a support role. And this certification was a personal challenge for me to prove myself that I was able to do the job with my hands if it is needed.
As a developer, I’m always looking for ways to boost my productivity. And it turns out that I’m not alone. According to recent research, AI tools like GitHub Copilot and Tactiq can have a significant impact on developer productivity.
As a software engineer, staying up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends is crucial to remain competitive in the job market. That’s why I’m excited to share that I recently earned several new certificates in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Microsoft has released an official and free ebook on .NET architecture for applications in containers with docker. To make it easier for ereaders to read, I converted it to Gitbook.
Blazor is an experiment created by Steve Sanderson that makes .NET possible for browsers using WebAssembly and DotNetAnywhere. It is not a complete Framework like Flash or Silverlight, but a test to see what is possible to do with such technology.