Off the back of my recent post on building an Azure Logic Apps solution for cross-posting on social media I wanted to export what I'd quickly built and make an easily deployable asset in Azure using Bicep. Right now there is no way to export deployed artefacts from Azure directly to Bicep - you must … Continue reading Fix Logic App Connections Managed Identity errors in Bicep templates
Welcome! If you're reading this, then I have successfully implemented my plan to build a content cross-posting service using Azure Logic Apps! In the 10 years that I've been blogging I've learnt that the easiest way to get people across your latest content is to proactively publish alerts to various social platforms. Traditionally I've only … Continue reading Cross-posting blog posts to Mastodon, Twitter and LinkedIn using Azure Logic Apps
I was recently at an event where I had a discussion with someone who mentioned they'd missed the news about the retirement of a feature in Azure that they were making use of in a solution. As a result, they continued to build against the feature until they were forced to make a change when … Continue reading Build your own Azure retirements email alerts service using Java, Azure Functions and Communication Services
It seems like only yesterday it was the last Microsoft Ignite, but it has been 11 months since we last connected! For the first time in a couple of years, there is an in-person event for Ignite, though for our list here I'm only listing sessions you can attend from the comfort of your home. … Continue reading Microsoft Ignite 2022 – Best Sessions for Australian and New Zealand Developers
You may be sitting there are wondering why are we doing an Azure Logic App to Power Automate Flow migration? In most cases you'd likely be heading the other direction, but I can give you a few pointers why this move makes sense: Bring a low-code solution and data into an environment that more people … Continue reading Moving from Azure Logic Apps to Power Automate Flow
In this final part of this series of posts covering how to build your own air quality alerting system I will look at how we can take the data we are receiving from our sensor, along with the Azure Anomaly Detector model we've trained, and turn them into our alerting system by using Azure Functions … Continue reading Real-time air quality monitoring and alerting – Part 3 – Bringing it all together!
In the first part of this series, I looked at how you can use a sensor from PurpleAir to capture data on the quality of the air at a location and then route that information to a custom IoT endpoint in Microsoft Azure. The captured data on its own is not that useful, and really … Continue reading Real-time air quality monitoring and alerting – Part 2 – Training Azure Anomaly Detector
Microsoft Build 2021 is coming up soon! In this post I explore the best sessions for Australian developers to bookmark and attend!
If you've been reading my blog for a while then you will see that I am a heavy user of RESTful APIs in my solutions, going so far as to build a custom Azure Logic Apps Connector for Meetup's REST API. I've used this Connector in a few places and blog about one example previously … Continue reading How to consume GraphQL APIs from Azure Logic Apps
Like any cloud platform, Microsoft Azure is always shipping new features and services regularly. In this post I've pulled out a few highlights from the last few months that I think are worth looking at if you're a developer building serverless solutions. I've tried to ringfence the content to developer-centric capabilities, as you could argue … Continue reading Sydney Serverless Meetup March 2022 – What’s news with Azure Serverless?