Azure Redis Cache on ASP.NET Core

The use of cache can increase application performance by storing strategic data in memory instead of having to obtain data for every request. Often, getting information from external resources, as database or services, can degrade application response time. In this post, I’ll show how to use the Azure Redis Cache to enable the use of cache…


Publishing ASP.NET Core on Azure with AppService and Traffic Manager

Hi All, I wrote these two posts to better understand how to upload a ASP.NET Core on Azure and how to use traffic manager to achieve better performance.   Publishing ASP.NET Core on Azure In this post, I show you how to upload a ASP.NET Core application to the cloud using Azure AppService. For those…


PowerShell on Linux and Mac

Would you like to use PowerShell on Linux or Mac? Please, take a look at the following post to understand how it is possible now. PowerShell on Linux and Mac


MEX Debugging Extension for WinDbg

Hello All, I’d like to share with you guys that like to analyze dump files the following tip: The official version of the MEX extension publish was released and it is available for download at: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53304 This extension is widely used by Microsoft Support Engineers in troubleshooting process applications. For more details, please visit the…


ASP.NET CORE RC2: Multiple Frameworks Target Issues

The Core ASP.NET had several changes after being updated from RC1 to RC2 version. Now, after creating a new ASP.NET Core Web Application (.NET Core), only the .NET CORE (netcoreapp1.0) is added by default. If  you are facing the following error: error NU1002: The dependency System.Runtime.Loader 4.0.0-rc2-24027 does not support framework .NETFramework,Version=v4.6.1. Please, take a look…


Visual Studio Summit Brazil 2016 – How was it

Yesterday Ricardo Serradas and Leandro Prado had two sessions at Visual Studio Summit Brazil 2016, brought by 2PC and Microsoft. Lots of great people were there to share knowledge in their sessions in this traditional event here in Sao Paulo. Leandro’s session was named  DevOps: Release Management vNext. Unhappily, I could not watch his sessions due to…