Major Updates for my Building Secure Services in Azure Course

I’ve completely reworked my secure services course from scratch. There’s a lot of demos across a wide range of technologies here, including: Docker Containers Building ASP.NET Core projects using Visual Continue ReadingMajor Updates for my Building Secure Services in Azure Course

Building, Running, and Testing .NET Core and ASP.NET Core 2.1 in Docker on a Raspberry Pi (ARM32)

I love me some Raspberry Pi. They are great little learning machines and are super fun for kids to play with. Even if those kids are adults and they Continue ReadingBuilding, Running, and Testing .NET Core and ASP.NET Core 2.1 in Docker on a Raspberry Pi (ARM32)

RubyC 2018: Changing Engineers’ Vision of Code When Building Products

As a part of Railsware’s long-term strategy, we share our domain knowledge on how to switch to a solution thinking mode and, as a result, increase the quality of the Continue ReadingRubyC 2018: Changing Engineers’ Vision of Code When Building Products

Monthly Web Development Update 3/2018: Service Workers, Building A CDN, And Cheating At Design

Service Worker is probably one of the most misrepresented technologies we currently have. When I hear people talking about it, the topic almost always revolves around serving an app when Continue ReadingMonthly Web Development Update 3/2018: Service Workers, Building A CDN, And Cheating At Design

Building A Static Site With Components Using Nunjucks — Smashing Magazine

It’s quite popular these days, and dare I say a damn fine idea, to build sites with components. Rather than building out entire pages one by one, we build a Continue ReadingBuilding A Static Site With Components Using Nunjucks — Smashing Magazine

How Building A Design System Can Improve How You Work — Smashing Magazine

When high potential projects fall apart, it’s often a failure of collaboration and alignment. The tools, the assumptions, the opportunity, and the intentions may line up, but if people don’t Continue ReadingHow Building A Design System Can Improve How You Work — Smashing Magazine

Free Online Event On Building And Maintaining Design Systems — Smashing Magazine

Summary Table of Contents Quick Summary 13 live webinars. Four days. That’s the Design Systems Virtual Summit which our friends at UXPin are hosting from February 13th to 16th. Join Continue ReadingFree Online Event On Building And Maintaining Design Systems — Smashing Magazine

frintjs/frint: Modular JavaScript framework for building scalable and reactive applications

The modular JavaScript framework For documentation, visit https://frint.js.org. Key characteristics and features include: Gives your applications a structure Environment agnostic (runs in browser, server, and CLI) Rendering library agnostic (integrates Continue Readingfrintjs/frint: Modular JavaScript framework for building scalable and reactive applications

Building Better UI Designs With Layout Grids — Smashing Magazine

(This is a sponsored post.) Designers of all types constantly face issues with the structure of their designs. One of the easiest ways to control the structure of a layout Continue ReadingBuilding Better UI Designs With Layout Grids — Smashing Magazine