Blazor Tour Of Heroes

I have been playing around with a new experimental project called from ASP.NET team called Blazor. Blazor is a UI framework which is still in its experimental state and is based on C#, Razor and HTML that runs in the browser. Yes you read it right – i did say “Running C# & Razor in… Read More


Azure Cosmos DB is the NoSQL offering on the Microsoft’s cloud namely Azure. I have been thinking about taking a plunge in to working with this database for a while. If you have never experience Cosmos DB – i highly encourage you to head over to its product page here https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/cosmos-db/?v=17.45b. You can try Cosmos… Read More


Azure DevOps Project for Web App for Containers

In my previous blog post, i took a lap around Azure DevOps Project for ASP.NET Core. In this blog post we take a look at how Azure DevOps Project can be used for container-based Web Application. For the sake of demo, the web app will be based on ASP.NET Core technology. Below is a video… Read More


This year was a great year for me in terms of doing new things. Packt publishing approached me to create a video course on ECMAScript 2015. Since ECMAScript is evolving year on year we decided that it was good to create 2 parts to this course. I am glad to announce that yesterday my second… Read More


Azure DevOps Project

Couple of days ago Microsoft introduced a new cool service  offering on their cloud – Azure. Its known as Azure DevOps Project. In this blog post we will take a lap around how to get started with this service. The official announcement of the service is here – https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/devops/2017/11/15/announcing-azure-devops-project-public-preview/. Some of the points that i… Read More


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On Nov 1, IBM announced availability of a new platform. The new platform is known as “IBM Cloud Private”. According to IBM, Cloud Private allows enterprises to design, develop, deploy and manage on-premises, containerized cloud applications which are behind their firewall. In this blog post, let’s try to understand IBM Cloud Private in detail. Public… Read More


In this blogpost, we will take a look at how to run one of my favorite technologies namely ASP.NET Core on IBM Bluemix cloud. The New ASP.NET Core: ASP.NET Core is a brand new Server Side technology for building web apps that has been written from scratch by Microsoft. It is cross platform solution which… Read More


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In this blog post I will be taking a lap around IBM Watson’s Vision API. IBM Watson is a set of services provided to you under SaaS model i.e. Software as a Service. The IBM Watson services are readily available to you to consume in your applications. All the services provide under IBM Watson can… Read More


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While exploring IBM Bluemix, I came across a service called OpenWhisk. OpenWhisk is service on Bluemix cloud platform which provides what is known as “Serverless” computing for your applications. Serverless as a word and technology is becoming interesting & one of the hottest trends in the cloud world. OpenWhisk is pretty much like the offering… Read More


If Cloud was a term you were getting used to in the world of Information Technology, there is another jargon which has created a buzz lately. Cognitive Computing or Cognitive Services is the buzz that you hear everywhere. In this blog post I take a dive in to the world of Cognitive Computing using IBM… Read More