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Book review - Building Blazor WebAssembly Applications with gRPC

In this post, I want to share my review of another Blazor book I read recently, Building Blazor WebAssembly Applications with gRPC this time from Vaclav Perakek, published by Packt Publishing and available on Amazon as well as other e-book subscription platforms. If you have been following me for a while, you know I’m gradually learning more about coding and developing applications, especially using the Blazor .NET framework. What intrigued me even more with this book, is the gRPC integration.

Using Packt Publishing Credits for free books

Hey readers, This is actually a less technical post, although it can lead to a lot of technical resources. I honestly wrote this blog for myself this time, as I struggled in finding a way to get free books in my Packt Publishing subscription. I had credits, but I always forget how to claim them :). So I guess I’m not the only one having that problem. What are Packt Credits, and how to get them Packt allows for one-time paying for a book, getting a monthly paid subscription, a 12-month or 18-month one.

Another Tech Reviewing done: Azure Strategy and Implementation Guide - 4th edition

As most of you know, I enjoy writing technical (Azure related) books, but over the last year, I didn’t focus that much on writing myself, but supporting other authors in their writing-journey as well as performing technical reviewing of the book they are writing. The one I want to highlight in this post, has an interesting back-story. Mid 2019, I got approached by Packt, to write an update to their best-seller title “Azure Strategy and Implementation Guide”, in sponsorship with Microsoft.

Another Tech Reviewing done: Azure For Architects - 3rd edition

As most of you know, I enjoy writing technical (Azure related) books, but every now and then I am not writing myself, but rather do technical reviewing. A few weeks ago, I was approached by Packt, asking me to review their Azure for Architects - third edition Don’t let the reference to “third edition” fool you, there has been a massive rewrite of several chapters, with fresh new content, more technical information and new chapters were added as well.