So I have really gotten into Azure Functions of late and reading about some very clever usages of them, more on that later in another blog post coming soon. I have also just completed a demo order pipeline using Azure Functions which I learned about from a Pluralsight course by Mark Heath called Azure Functions … Continue reading Azure Functions
So I have been getting my hands on Azure recently and just wanted to blog about what I have learned so far so here goes (condensed version as wanting to get back to learning way more) App Service Plans What the different levels are Basic, Standard and Premium and what the differences are. App … Continue reading What have I learned so far with Azure?
It's time I got stuck into a learning plan and I've decided to start with Azure, something I really want to get my hands on more and use day to day. My Azure Learning plan looks like this:- Section 1: Basics of Cloud Computing and Azure Overview In this section we will see what is … Continue reading Azure Learning plan
Last week we had AspConf - "aspConf is a virtual conference focused on one thing: showcasing the ASP.NET stack as the platform for great web applications." Over 2 days they had 5 virtual rooms used to present lots of fascinating stuff on .Net, including talks about all manner of things in the Asp.Net world. The … Continue reading AspConf – My Review
Deploy your MVC 3 application to the cloud and have it hosted for free, you can even get 20MB SQL Server for free should your app use a SQL database backend. If your unfamiliar with Appharbor let me introduce you. "AppHarbor is a fully hosted .NET Platform as a Service. Appharbor can deploy and scale … Continue reading Host your MVC app in the Cloud with AppHarbor