Author Bibliography and Bio: Jeffrey Chilberto
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Jeffrey has been authoring on the Azure Developer Community blog since February 2016. It's time to learn more about him!

 

Jeffrey Chilberto's profiles:

 

Bibliography

  

Last Updated: 10/05/22

This section lists Jeffrey Chilberto's bibliography. It will expand over time. The sections are divided into different parts:

  • Books 
  • Blog Posts
  • Presentations

  

Books

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Jeffrey has co-authored 4 books:

Publisher

Title

Published

Packt ASP.NET Core 5 for Beginners 12/18/20
Apress Cloud Debugging and Profiling in Microsoft Azure 04/17/20
Packt Hands-On Design Patterns with C# and .NET Core 07/05/19
Packt C# i .NET Core projektni obrasci (Serbian) 01/01/19

 

Blog Posts

As of 10/5/22, Jeffrey has written 96 blog posts on the Azure Developer Community Blog. Here are some highlights:

Title

Published

How To: Retrieve from CosmosDB using Azure API Management 10/05/22
How To: Send requests to Azure Storage from Azure API Management 09/12/22
GitHub Actions - Azure Function Apps zip deployment - ERROR: 'str' object has no attribute 'value' 11/03/21
Azure on the Cheap - Azure Front Door caching vs Azure CDN 05/18/20
Azure on the Cheap - Azure Storage Static Website and Azure Front Door 04/15/20
Azure Event Grid - Serverless event-based applications 03/18/20
Windows Admin Center 12/09/19
Azure DevOps - Docker Release Pipeline 10/28/19
Azure Content Spotlight - PlayFab 05/09/19
Docker in Azure VM 09/09/18
Book Review: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions - Exam Guide 70-535
06/18/18
Book Review: Building Microservices with .NET Core 2.0 06/05/18
Microservices - Disaster Recovery, GeoHA and GDPR 05/22/18
Microservices - Isolated Data & State 04/11/18
Azure Virtual Machine Images 02/15/18
Azure and Unity3d - AssetBundle Delivery 12/11/17
CQRS in Azure - Part 4
06/21/17
CQRS in Azure - Part 3 04/14/17
CQRS in Azure - Part 2 04/03/17
CQRS in Azure - Part 1 03/09/17
Azure Logic Apps - Post to Twitter 01/29/17
Visual Studio Team Services – Creating a build pipeline (Part 6) 11/09/16
Visual Studio Team Services – Creating a build pipeline (Part 5) 09/19/16
Visual Studio Team Services - Creating a build pipeline (Part 4) 08/22/16
Visual Studio Team Services - Creating a build pipeline (Part 3) 08/06/16
Visual Studio Team Services - Creating a build pipeline (Part 2) 08/02/16
Visual Studio Team Services - Creating a build pipeline (Part 1) 07/31/16
Azure Functions - Tips 06/09/16
Race conditions in Microservices 05/30/16
Getting time right in the Cloud 05/25/16
Managing Multiple Azure Environments with Visual Studio Online Builds 03/07/16
Can Azure beat a 5 year old at Tic-tac-toe? 02/26/16
Multiple Azure Cloud Environments 02/11/16

 

Presentations

 

Organizer

Title

Published

Microsoft Microsoft Partner Community - SaaS Empowered!  5-10-2022

Author Bio

 

We'll now transition to Jeffrey's biography...

 

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Jeffrey Chilberto is a software architect specializing in the Microsoft technical stack including Azure, BizTalk, ASP.Net, MVC, WCF, and SQL Server. His experience is in a wide range of industries including banking, telecommunications, health care, and education in New Zealand, Europe, Australia, and the United States.

With over 25 years building and designing software, he's developed a disciplined and pragmatic approach. His experience in software development ranges from architecture to developer, from proof of concepts to large-scale distributed solutions. In addition to leading a team of architects, Jeffrey has experience authoring technical articles on Azure Architecture Center.

Here is an excerpt from Jeffrey's interview with his publisher, Packt (Interview with Jeffrey Chilberto)...

 

Q. What advice would you give to readers learning tech? Do you have any top tips?

 

Jeffrey: Be patient with yourself. New developers are standing on the shoulders of all the devs that have come before them. Concentrate on the goal. You do not need to understand the details, and there is always more than one way of accomplishing the same thing.

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