Back With A Brand New Edition – It’s Your Friday Five

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MVP Book: Building Microservices with .NET Core 2.0 – Second Edition

Gaurav Kumar Aroraa has M.Phil in computer science. He is a Microsoft MVP, life time member of Computer Society of India (CSI), certified as a scrum trainer/coach, XEN for ITIL-F and APMG for PRINCE-F and PRINCE-P. Gaurav serves as a mentor at IndiaMentor, open source developer, contributor to TechNet Wiki and co-founder of Innatus Curo Software LLC. In 19+ years of his career, he has mentored thousands of students and industry professionals. Follow him on Twitter @g_arora.

A Mobile DevOps Retrospective, Part III: Measurement, the Last Mile

Greg Shackles is a Principal Engineer at Olo, based in New York City. He is a Xamarin MVP, Microsoft MVP and host of the Gone Mobile podcast. He is also the organizer of the NYC Mobile .NET Developers Group, author of Mobile Development with C#, and also a monthly columnist with Visual Studio Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @gshackles.


Knowing When To Reflect With Caller Info Attributes

Rion Williams is a Senior Software Engineer at Bay Dynamics. He lives in Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA and is passionate about making the developer community a better place. He's frequently found answering questions on the ASP.NET Forums and Stack Overflow, writing blog posts, or contributing to a wide range of projects on GitHub. Follow him on Twitter @rionmonster.


Angular 5, ASP.NET Core CRUD For Inventory Management Using EF And Web API

Syed Shanu is a Microsoft MVP, a two-time C# MVP and two-time Code project MVP. Syed is also an author, blogger and speaker. He's from Madurai, India, and works as Technical Lead in South Korea. With more than 10 Years of experience with Microsoft technologies, Syed is an active person in the community and always happy to share his knowledge on topics related to ASP.NET, MVC, ASP.NET Core, Web API, SQL Server, UWP, Azure, among others. He has written more than 70 articles with on various technologies. He's also a several-time TechNet Guru Gold Winner. You can see his contributions to MSDN and TechNet Wiki here. Follow him on Twitter @syedshanu3.

It's Alive! My First Azure Bot Service 

Jonathan "J." Tower is a Microsoft MVP and business owner with nearly twenty years of software experience. He loves solving problems, sharing what he's learned, and building community around technology. His interests include Cloud, ASP.NET Core, JavaScript, and a few different mobile development technologies. J. lives in Michigan where he organizers the Beer City Code conference. When away from the computer, you're likely to find him enjoying the outdoors hiking, camping, or biking. Follow him on Twitter @jtowermi.

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