Tag: azure

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Use your private linked ARM templates with ease

Everyone that worked with ARM templates knows that they are error prone. More often than not it’s a struggle get them right. So, if you don’t want your team to wonder if that 6th floor window isn’t an easier way out, you provide them reusable templates. One problem with linked templates is that they must be publicly available. As not all companies want their resources be publicly exposed, you need to find another way.

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azure, devops, alm

ARM your dev pipe with CALM

Nowadays starting a new project demands a lot knowledge. Besides your programming skills, you also need to know source control, continuous integration and delivery techniques as well as taming cloud solutions. As the time to market decreases and agile working increases your releases, you better start thinking about automating your CI/CD pipeline.

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azure, devops, alm

This tutorial will get you started with Azure service bus, dotnet core and F#

With the release of the dotnet 2.0 framework things are really getting interesting. So I tried to combine dotnet core, F# and Azure service bus. Seems reasonable at first, but as F# is quite new to me I struggled to find any tutorial. Apparently everyone is assuming that when you work in F# you’ll be able to figure things out from the C# tutorials. With this tutorial that’s about to change.

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azure, fsharp

Powershell and Azure on MacOS

As a mobile developer 90% of the time I work on a mac. Visual Studio for Mac is an awesome tool to create Xamarin mobile apps. More than not mobile apps are using services. You can use .NET Core to create APIs but deploying them isn’t so easy on a mac. Sure you can use the Azure CLI, but if you are working with mixed teams Powershell seems to be king to deploy towards Azure.

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xamarin, azure, powershell