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An introduction to Deployment Pipelines

With this post I would like to provide an introduction to concepts as Continuous Delivery and Deployment Pipelines, working as an extension for the known Continuous Integration process. This introduction is mostly abstract and "theoretical". The aim is to explain the concepts themselves and explore possible upsides of ...

Using docker on Windows using Hyper-V instead of Virtualbox

I've been looking into Docker the last couple of days and am amazed of the power it can wield you. As a dev-op or developer, or as an architect setting up Fitness Functions. But I should admit I'm fairly new to the Docker game. I have known about the technology ...

Using docker on Windows using Hyper-V instead of Virtualbox

I've been looking into Docker the last couple of days and am amazed of the power it can wield you. As a dev-op or developer, or as an architect setting up Fitness Functions. But I should admit I'm fairly new to the Docker game. I have known about the technology ...

Using Fitness Functions to create Evolving Architectures

Don't worry, this is not a post on getting in shape, getting track of your overall fitness, or anything like that. So nothing like this, no worries ;) : In this post, Fitness Functions are actually objective functions, used to summarize how close a prospective design solution is to achieving a set ...

Using Fitness Functions to create Evolving Architectures

Don't worry, this is not a post on getting in shape, getting track of your overall fitness, or anything like that. So nothing like this, no worries ;) : Fitness functions In this post, Fitness Functions are actually objective functions, used to summarize how close a prospective design solution is to achieving ...

Separating the Dev from the Ops with VSTS, Docker and Azure Container Service (part 2)

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Separating the Dev from the Ops with VSTS, Docker and Azure Container Service

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My (unanswered) love for Windows Phone

I have used Windows Phone since it's early release. I've used windows mobile, WP7, WP8 and 10. And I loved it. I genuinely loved the mobile experience Microsoft provided me. But, all good things come to an end. I switched to android last week and would like to share my ...

My (unanswered) love for Windows Phone

I have used Windows Phone since it's early release. I've used windows mobile, WP7, WP8 and 10. And I loved it. I genuinely loved the mobile experience Microsoft provided me. But, all good things come to an end. I switched to android last week and would like to share my ...

Dealing with stress

I have a very busy life. Which, don't get me wrong, I actually like. But sometimes, I'm not going to lie, it gets a bit much. In a world (read western world) where burn-outs are currently at the top of the list of mental health issues, I am going to ...

Dealing with stress

I have a very busy life. Which, don't get me wrong, I actually like. But sometimes, I'm not going to lie, it gets a bit much. In a world (read western world) where burn-outs are currently at the top of the list of mental health issues, I am going to ...

Setup universal links in Xamarin iOS

I had to implement universal links functionality in Xamarin iOS this week and boy… that didn’t go well for what was a simple issue in retrospect. This blog post will describe the integration in quick summary as there’s enough documentation to find on the web and it will also describe the problem I had. How… Continue reading Setup universal links in Xamarin iOS ...

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