Adventures with Azure Table Storage: Repository Pattern

I am not a fan of writing wrapper libraries around SDKs. A good mature SDK should be simple to use and require a minimal amount of code to implement. Instead, I would rather focus on guiding the development team on how to best use the SDK, in this case the Microsoft.Azure.Cosmos.Table SDK. What exactly is…

Adventures with Azure Table Storage: Default Retry Policy

I am working on a .NET Core 3.0 C# example of the Repository design pattern leverage Azure Table Storage. I have been using the Microsoft.Azure.Cosmos.Table library. One thing that is nice about leveraging the available SDKs is that a Retry design pattern is often implemented by default using Polly. For the life of me, I…

Adventures with Messaging: Choose Your Own Messaging Service

I have been doing a lot with Azure messaging services of late, including Event Grid, Event Hub, Service Bus and Storage Queues. In an effort to reduce the number of searches I do for C# code on how to work with these various messaging services in .NET Core, I have created a sample solution for…