.NET developers have been taking advantage of dependency injection (DI) to make their code easier to test and manage.

The latest update to Azure Functions v2 now has support for registering services with DI.

In this episode, Fabio Cavalcante from the Azure Functions team joins explains how this feature works.

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In this episode of Five Things, Eduardo Laureano from the Azure Functions team brings you five things you can do with Serverless that you might not realize are even possible. Also, Burke wears a sweater vest and Eduardo insinuates that there is a better candy than Goo Goo Clusters. The nerve.

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Recorded live at Build 2019, Asavari Tayal joins Scott Hanselman to take a closer look at Python support in Azure Functions, which provides accelerated development and serverless hosting of event-driven applications. Python is a great fit for data manipulation, machine learning, scripting, and automation scenarios. Building these solutions using serverless Azure Functions can take away the burden of managing the underlying infrastructure, so you can move fast and focus on the differentiating business logic of your applications

        Eamon O’Reilly joins Scott Hanselman to show how PowerShell in Azure Functions makes it possible for you to automate operational tasks and take advantage of the native Azure integration to deliver and maintain service     

        In this episode, Dmitry brings Jeremy Likness into the studio for a discussion of Azure Functions, which provide the powerful capability to merge events and code to quickly deploy micro services directly from Visual Studio or as part of a DevOps pipeline.

        With a variety of triggers that call the code and bindings that connect code with resources like storage, queues, and databases, functions empower developers to focus on what is unique about their code without having to deal with infrastructure and scaffolding.