Guidance for the everyday developer.
Feature flags are a powerful tool in the developer's toolbox. Instead of releasing code in large features and risky deployment operations, new features can be developing incrementally and turned on and off in production by toggling a flag, selecting certain users, or other similar strategies. This makes the deployed code
This is part of a series on creating a Kubernetes cluster. In the previous post, we provisioned the persistent storage for our applications. In this post, we'll start to build out the networking stack for our cluster. Before we get deep into the various networking objects necessary for a fully-functioning
The serializer from JSON.Net is really good, and the default output from JsonConvert.SerializeObject will work for most situations, but sometimes you want fine control over the structure of your JSON. Fortunately, JSON.Net also includes an API for building out custom JSON. You will need the Nuget package