Apr 02, 2020 • 2 minutes to read

Below is a list of books I’ve contributed to:

Microservices with Docker on Microsoft Azure

Book cover for Microservices with Docker on Microsoft Azure

Microservice-based applications enable unprecedented agility and ease of management, and Docker containers are ideal for building them. Microsoft Azure offers all the foundational technology and higher-level services you need to develop and run any microservices application. Microservices with Docker on Microsoft Azure brings together essential knowledge for creating these applications from the ground up, or incrementally deconstructing monolithic applications over time.

“Beyond just describing the basics, this book dives into best practices every aspiring microservices developer or architect should know.” Foreword by Corey Sanders, Partner Director of Program Management, Azure

Coding4Fun: 10 .NET Programming Projects for Wiimote, YouTube, World of Warcraft, and More

Book cover for Microservices with Docker on Microsoft Azure

How would you like to build an Xbox game, use your Nintendo Wiimote to create an electronic whiteboard, or build your own peer-to-peer application? Coding4Fun helps you tackle some cool software and hardware projects using a range of languages and free Microsoft software. Now you can code for fun with C#, VB, ASP.NET, WPF, XNA Game Studio, Popfly, as well as the Lua programming language.

“This book is amazing! The scope is so wonderfully broad that anyone who has an interest in designing games at any level should read this book.” Alex Albrecht, Creator of Diggnation / Totally Rad Show / Project Lore

Windows Developer Power Tools

Book cover for Windows Developer Power Tools

A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process. Windows Developer Power Tools offers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services.

“Tools aim to save you time–this book aims to save you even more, by finding those gems that you can’t live without.” From the Forward by Scott Hanselman, .NET Program Manager