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Mitchel Sellers is the Founder, CEO, and Director of Development for IowaComputerGurus (ICG). He has personally managed/developed hundreds of successful website and application projects, served as an adjunct technology instructor at Iowa colleges, and is a published author. His many accomplishments have been recognized elevating him to ten-time Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, DNN MVP and Leader of the DNN Technology Group to name a few.
One of my favorite parts about being involved in the software development community is speaking at events.
350+ Speaking Events
12X Microsoft MVP
7+ DNN MVP
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Azure PaaS offerings, such as AppService, provide a great benefit not only in ease of management but also with the available options for geo-redundancy and fault tolerance. However, there are important considerations with application architecture and deployment to do things successfully.Geo-Redundant AppService Slides
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Extension methods are a way of life for many developers, however, they prevent unique challenges for those striving for good Unit Test coverage within their application. In this post we explore a process that can be used to still leverage the extension methods AND achieve proper code coverage!Read Full Article
Proper architecture is critical for all portions of your application. I often see corners cut when working with background tasks as individuals believe that it is hard to follow common patterns, such as Dependency Injection while working in these different environments. This post is an expansion of a prior post where I discuss HangFire & background tasks in .NET 5. ...Read Full Article
Your website and associated file/database assets are critical to your organization, understanding the options available to take control of your backups and ensure you are protected is critical. Azure AppService PaaS is a great tool, however, you should still play devil's advocate and have a plan in place to keep your own backups in case of an emergency. This post explores options. ...Read Full Article