Tagged with Atlanta Code Camp
I've been updating the CoreCodeCamp project (the basis for the Atlanta Code Camp's website) for this year's Code Camp. Most of the changes are under the covers, but I wanted to talk about what I learned.
The goal of the upgrade was two-fold: upgrade to .NET Core 2.2; and move the Vue.js code to Vue CLI (to improve loading performance). It also allowed me to do some rudamentary clean I've wanted to do. On to the lessons...
In the past few years, I've run the Atlanta Code Camp website by the seat of my pants...and it cost me. On several occassions, pushing a new build to the website brought down the website (sometimes my fault; sometimes Azure's fault). I was convinced I needed to use Azure Development Slots to address this.