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This book is really good for a number of reasons.
1. great introduction to .NET Core - I've done a little with .NET Core but this is making more of it solidify.
2. Very current - It's just been published in Sept 2017
3. I've been wanting a book on MicroServices but something that walks me through building good code examples and this has that too.
4. Learning microsservices allows me to learn some new architectural concepts.
5. The book is written really well too so it is a fast read.
6. Microservices are implemented in Docker so I'll finally wrestle with that a bit too.
Has anyone else stumbled upon this new offering? It's really quite good.
Also, here's a quote from the book which is also probably why I like the book and author's philosophy so much:
Author, Kevin Hoffman said:
However, I want to show just how small the gap is from a console “hello world” to a web-based “hello world” without using any templates or scaffolding. My opinion is that templates, scaffolding, and wizards should be useful, but if your framework requires these things then it has too high a complexity burden. One of my favorite rules of thumb is:
However inconvenient, if you cannot build your entire app with a simple text editor and command-line tools, then you’re using the wrong framework.
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