Creating a Team Foundation System folder structure is a very crucial step for a correct development and deployment strategy. In this post I am going to share with you how a TFS project structure should look like. Also in the end we will see some best practices when working with TFS.
Message queues are that part of the messaging infrastructure that allow our applications to be decoupled. Whenever there is a need for communication between two disconnected platforms, message queues are one of the primary considerations.
HyperLedger is an umbrella project founded by the Linux Foundation and backed by many corporate businesses. It was formed around 2015-16. They are involved in blockchain technologies, building products, services and solutions on top of Hyperledger code bases that are important to various lines of business.
In my previous article ‘Getting Started With OWIN’ we tried to understand what is OWIN and Katana and why they are needed. In this article we will be looking at a simple demo application, which will allow us to start a webserver and return some content with a console application using the OWIN wrapper provided by Katana.
OWIN stands for Open Web Interface for .Net. It is basically a specification that mentions how to write middleware that connects 2 different platforms. You can think of it as a pipleline which sits in between 2 components, essentially making both of them decoupled.
This article discusses the basics of Bitcoin which is a cryptocurrency. It is a two-part series where part one explains the fundamental topics while Bitcoin Basics – Part 2 focuses on the Bitcoin network and mining.