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A Technical Talk on Microservices and Cloud Deployment

This is a full-length session of microservices development using Microsoft .Net Core WebAPI(C#.Net) and Mongo DB as backend. The session presentation available below   The source code of session available in GitHub , feel free to share your feedback and contribute to this project Full session video Prerequisites for development MongoDB (you can download from here ) Visual Studio 2019 DotNet Core 3.1.x SDK Postman (for API Testing)

Screen Zooming Tool in Windows

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We know that in presentation/demo most of the people might feel uncomfortable to read the content in the slides/screen. To overcome this we use to increase the font size of the content.

Windows Magnifier

Build-In Tool

The simple build-in Magnifier tool available in Windows (surely in 7 and 8.x). In the mid of presentation no need to open the Magnifier from start menu you can make use of shortcut key Win + + (Windows key + Plus symbol key), this will open the magnifier and magnifies our screen

Shortcut keys


Increase Zoom   : Windows key + +  ( + Plus key)
Decrease Zoom  : Windows + -  ( + Minus key)

Another option

Windows Sysinternals Suite is bunch of system utility tool set, this has a screen zooming tool know as ZoomIt this has few value added functionalists and shortcut keys customization

Features of Zoomit

  1. Normal Zoom
  2. Live Zoom
  3. Draw (on screen)
  4. Type (on screen)
  5. Break (simple timer for presentation break)
SysInternals ZoomIt
for more information about SysInternals Suite click here


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