With nowadays virtualization technologies, low latency communications, CPU Power and The Cloud, the Infrastructure paradigm is being changed from the static old-fashion way of managing servers to a new standard automation way of deploying services.
Continue reading “Documentation as Code”
While not specifically related to .NET on Linux, PowerShell on Linux is available and — let’s face it — if you’re a Windows developer you’re using PowerShell.
If you’re not using PowerShell, now is the time to start. While bash is the traditional Linux shell, PowerShell gives you the advantage of objects. In PowerShell, everything is an object, with properties you can directly access. It’s also a very powerful object-oriented scripting language, with classes and methods, much like any OOP language.
Add to that the fact that you now have one scripting language for any platform, and PowerShell may (should in my not-so-humble opinion) become your shell and scripting language of choice.
(Hint: If you aren’t using PowerShell, here is your opportunity to turn your coding skills up to 11.)
Continue reading “PowerShell on RHEL in One Minute”