Serverless compute is transforming the way we build applications for the cloud, by abstracting application infrastructure from the code and providing unlimited scaling capabilities. Joseph Fultz and Darren Brust dive into serverless concepts and explore how they are supported by Azure Functions.
Once you have raw information saved at the lowest possible level of abstraction, you can use it in many different ways at many different times. This articles show how to add business intelligence capabilities to an event-sourcing solution.
Azure App Service is a rich Platform-as-a-Service that enables Web, mobile and API applications to scale to global levels with minimal complexity. Learn how applications map to App Service scale units and how applications run within the App Service infrastructure.
Julie Lerman explores Azure Search, a service that lets you use Microsoft’s processing and intelligence to add sophisticated search capabilities to your own data.
In the final installment of his Mobile DevOps series, Kraig Brockschmidt, along with Thomas Dohmke and Alan Cameron Wills, delves into the tools and practices that enable monitoring of apps and services, and also explores Application Insights and HockeyApp.
Mixed reality goes beyond virtual reality by combining the virtual world with the real to create an overall experience. Tim Kulp updates the virtual reality app he created in the September issue to enable a mixed reality app that employs gaze, gesture and voice for interactivity.
In this month’s The Working Programmer column, Ted Neward gets started working with Angular 2, starting with a basic “Hello World” and exploring some of the big concepts that Angular 2 espouses.
"Don't trust anyone over 30." The counter-culture catchphrase of the 1960s could easily be the mantra for hiring managers in the tech industry. Here's how to fight it.