David Dieruf

David is a part of the tech marketing team within Pivotal, bringing a focus of .NET related technologies. He has been writing C# for as long as it’s been a thing. In his spare time he enjoys breaking things, only to fix them. Prior to Pivotal, David has a wide background ranging for making things go fast, to building computers, to writing bad code.

  • Steeltoe 2.2 Gives Your .NET Microservices a Boost

    Steeltoe 2.2 Gives Your .NET Microservices a Boost

    Learn how Steeltoe 2.2 can help your .NET Microservices with new service discovery options, MongoDB connector, and placeholder values.

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  • Simple Root Certificate Sharing for .NET Core Microservices With Steeltoe

    Simple Root Certificate Sharing for .NET Core Microservices With Steeltoe

    This tech tutorial shows how to secure encryption in transit for your .NET applications, via the use of Steeltoe and Pivotal Application Service.

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  • Run .NET Framework Apps on a Modern Platform with an SMB Network Share? Steeltoe Makes It Easy.

    Run .NET Framework Apps on a Modern Platform with an SMB Network Share? Steeltoe Makes It Easy.

    You can still modernize your .NET Framework apps, even if they still depend on a network storage share. This blog explains how Pivotal Application Service and Steeltoe make it happen.

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  • Getting Ready to cf push? Great! Now, Think About These 5 Things Before You Write a Line of Code.

    Getting Ready to cf push? Great! Now, Think About These 5 Things Before You Write a Line of Code.

    Many enterprises are standardizing on Pivotal's app platform, PAS. Once that decision is made, developers tend to ask "what do I have do before I can push code?" We review those best practices here.

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