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ASP.NET Core rate limiting middleware in .NET 7

Rate limiting is a way to control the amount of traffic that a web application or API receives, by limiting the number of requests that can be made in a given period of time. This can help to improve the performance of the site or application, and to prevent it from becoming unresponsive. Read more »

A journey towards SpeakerTravel - Building a service from scratch

For close to two years now, I’ve had SpeakerTravel up & running. It’s a tool that helps conference organizers to book flights for speakers. You invite speakers, they pick their flight of choice (within a budget the organizer can specify), and the organizer can then approve and book the flight with a single click. Read more »

Custom bindings with Azure Functions .NET Isolated Worker

If you’re building workloads on Azure Functions, there’s a good chance you’ve looked at building custom bindings. Custom bindings can greatly reduce the boilerplate code you have to write in an Azure Function, so you can focus on the logic in your function instead. Read more »