- Running WebAssembly and WASI with .NET
I used to work for Eric, so this is exactly the sort of brilliant insanity that I've come to expect from him: taking C, compiling it to WebAssembly, then converting that to .NET code. Pinvoke is… annoying. But converting native dependencies to .NET assemblies? Now that's interesting.
- A Look at New language features in C# 8
As somebody who's been working with .NET off-and-on since before 1.0, it's incredible to me that .NET Framework 8.0 is coming soon. This is a nice look at some of the interesting new features coming, like indices, ranges and null-coalescing assignment.
- Using the Azure CLI for IaC
Are you interested in using the Azure command-line interface to create resources? I certainly am. A look at the information you need to use the Azure CLI successfully, and an example of how to use PowerShell to create resources.
- 10 insanely useful Git commands you wish existed – and their alternatives
The git command-line application can be a harsh user interface. After all, wouldn't it be nice if there was an easy undo? A look at some common problems that you can run into with git, how you might think about the solution, and the actual commands that solve the problem.