A few weeks ago I had my tenth Twitter anniversary. But I didn't feel happy about it - quite the opposite. At that time I was oscillating between leaving Twitter completely one day and following even more people because of their great Tweets the other day.
DigitalOcean recently announced the public availability of it's managed Kubernetes offering and it's pretty awesome. The Kubernetes dashboard is not deployed by default, so let's do this now.
It was a bit of confusing when trying to use View components in ASP.NET Core with Tag Helpers and passing fragments of the parent view model to the View Component by attributes. Once you get it, it's pretty cool.
There are a ton of managed Kubernetes services available to run your ASP.NET Core application. If you want to run k8s locally you can spin up a whole cluster manually. Another solution is to use minikube.
CQRS and Event Sourcing have been there for a while now but especially in 2017 and the first months of 2018 we can see a rapid growth of inquires for CQRS based applications - why is this?