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Build a Complete Microservice

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12 Apr 2021CPOL10 min read
Now that we have a cloud native build, test, and deploy pipeline up and running on Azure - along with a working Azure Function - we're going to flesh it out into a full microservice complete with business logic and a datastore.
This article will continue building the developer's familiarity with an automated CI/CD-powered cloud native workflow. Here we will provide a taste of a workflow where changes are built, tested, and deployed as soon as they're committed to a Git repository.

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Sander Rossel
CEO JUUN Software
Netherlands Netherlands
Sander Rossel is a Microsoft certified professional developer with experience and expertise in .NET and .NET Core (C#, ASP.NET, and Entity Framework), SQL Server, Azure, Azure DevOps, JavaScript, MongoDB, and other technologies.

He is the owner of JUUN Software, a company specializing in custom software. JUUN Software uses modern, but proven technologies, such as .NET Core, Azure and Azure DevOps.

You can't miss his books on Amazon and his free e-books on Syncfusion!

He wrote a JavaScript LINQ library, arrgh.js (works in IE8+, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, and probably everything else).

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