I wanted to move away from the default google search that came with my blog theme for a while now. Finally, I found time and some solutions I can build upon to do this in a nice way.
Over the years Twitter transformed quite a bit, so it is not really possible to use the official way of embedding a timeline by search phrase or hashtag. In this blog post I explain how I managed to create a workaround using collections.
I haven’t had many opportunities to use containers in my day-to-day work, so I wanted to finally try out this workflow. I also wrote a web api application in Go, so why not use it for this exercise.
Last week I added Application Insights to my blog. Here are some initial thoughts after exploring a bit what information various sections in Azure portal provide.
I was asked what would be a good way to track top read articles for a clients web site. The web site is build using Episerver CMS, so should we save page visits in the database? Or is there a more modern solution?