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Name: Sean Whitesell
Date registered: August 7, 2016

Latest posts

  1. Your First Azure Kubernetes Service Cluster – Using .NET Core MVC Website — October 12, 2018
  2. Latest Kubectl – Older Cluster — July 23, 2018
  3. Resources for “Getting Started with Azure Kubernetes Service with .NET Core, Prometheus, and Grafana” — June 23, 2018
  4. Dockerizing an Existing App — June 23, 2018
  5. Speaker Confession — August 5, 2017

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Oct 12

Your First Azure Kubernetes Service Cluster – Using .NET Core MVC Website

In this post I’m going to show you the steps I do in my conference talk “Getting Started with Azure Kubernetes Service”. Prerequisites To start with, you need to have a few things. If you don’t already have an Azure account look at getting some free resources at I’m on a Windows 10 system …

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Jul 23

Latest Kubectl – Older Cluster

I’m currently working Azure Container Service “ACS” until Azure Kubernetes Service “AKS” is available in my production data center. Why? Because if I use an Azure service in a data center but have data in another data center then I have to pay data egress charges. Anytime data comes out then you have to pay …

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Jun 23

Resources for “Getting Started with Azure Kubernetes Service with .NET Core, Prometheus, and Grafana”

Intro This is the best post I have found for getting started with containers and running them on Azure Container Services: Run .NET Core 2 Docker images in Kubernetes using Azure Container Service and Azure Container Registry | Pascal Naber When you have Kubernetes (K8s) up and running you’ll want to view the Kubernetes Dashboard. …

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Jun 23

Dockerizing an Existing App

I have been playing with Docker for a bit now and have always started play apps with Docker enabled. I decided to Dockerize an existing app. Ok, so, Right-click on project, select Add, then Docker Support. Ok great, there’s my additional project in the solution for Docker-Compose. I then decide to start debugger with Docker …

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Aug 05

Speaker Confession

@geekygirlsarah helped start a trend called #speakerconfessions. I just submitted mine. In 2016 at Tulsa TechFest I gave two talks back to back right after lunch. I was congested at lunch so I took an antihistamine and drank a bottle of water. During my talks I always drink water. So,during my first talk I drank …

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Aug 05

KCDC 2017 – Intro to OAuth2

On Aug 5th I had the pleasure of giving my Intro to OAuth 2 talk at KCDC 2017, {speaker}. As promised I’m including here the related information. The talk was a general overview of what OAuth is and an example of an “Authorization Flow”. In upcoming posts I’ll go over OAuth in bit more detail. …

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Feb 27

Do it Right Now or Do it Right, Now?

“Do you solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?” Those can be scary words. When you hear those words you’re likely on the witness stand. The real problem is when it is YOU that is being sued. Incompetence on your part has lead to …

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Nov 30

Willingness to be Wrong

In user group meetings I sometimes ask questions of which I already know the answer. I do this because I know there are a few attendees that are either intimidated by crowds and/or may have a pier/coworker in the audience and they don’t want to appear as stupid. I don’t mind asking those questions on …

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Sep 23

Try it Another Way

How many ways can you reverse a string? An issue exists where the remaining solution is the first one made that works. This is rarely the right way to write code. We write code to solve problems. Just because a method is written and works does not mean it was the best way to solve …

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Aug 07

Tulsa TechFest 2016

Had a great time at Tulsa TechFest 2016 this year. I gave two talks; “Converting Crap Code to a Better Design” and “A Look at the Plug-In Architecture”;  I had over 40 people in the converting crap code session. We went further than I planned and went into the next phase of the project and …

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