Month: July 2019

Writing and Testing Azure Functions with Function Monkey – Part 4

Part 4 of my series on writing Azure Functions with Function Monkey is now available on YouTube:

This part focuses on addressing cross cutting concerns in a DRY manner by implementing a custom command dispatcher.

I’ve also switched over to Rider as my main IDE now and in this video I’m making use of its Presentation Mode. I think it works really well but let me know.

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