This fortnight's episode of Red Dog for Dev covers all the latest news from Microsoft around Kubernetes. Our quick demo is of building an Azure Logic App to sending notifications when new issues are opened on GitHub. https://vimeo.com/376499787 If you have any feedback on the episode or ideas for demos please feel free to leave … Continue reading Red Dog for Dev Episode Three
Welcome to episode two of 'Red Dog for Dev'! This fortnight's episode covers announcements coming out of Microsoft Ignite in Orlando that cover Azure API Management, Azure App Service and Azure Container Registry. Our quick demo is of Visual Studio Online. https://vimeo.com/373284357 If you have any feedback on the episode or ideas for demos please … Continue reading Red Dog for Dev Episode Two
Starting today I'm going to be trying something new. Given the fast pace of change with the Azure platform it's often hard to keep up with what's new or interesting. To that end I'm going to start publishing fortnightly videos covering a small number of new and interesting topics related to Azure for developers. In … Continue reading Red Dog for Dev Episode One!
This post has been a while coming, but I'm pleased to finally share it, and the related GitHub project, with the community. In 2018 when I joined Microsoft Australia as the Azure Pro Developer Lead in Sydney one of the first things I worked on was building an engagement activity for event attendees at events … Continue reading Building an Azure selfie-and-seek game
As Azure Functions have matured, the number of ways you can build and run them has increased and the need to execute long-running, compute intensive or complex jobs is becoming more common. Some examples of these emerging job types include the running of Machine Learning models or the batch processing of videos to transcode them. … Continue reading Customised Serverless using Azure Functions, Docker and Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaler (KEDA)
Updated for General Availability (August 2019) As promised I've updated this post to show you how to achieve builds and releases now Azure Functions Python support is Generally Available (GA). Build and package You now have the choice to package Python Azure Functions using a pre-built template in Azure DevOps. Once you select this you … Continue reading Deploy Python-based Azure Functions using Azure DevOps
I had great fun yesterday presenting at the Sydney Serverless Meetup on the currently in-preview support for Java on Azure Functions. Rather than throw the slides up somewhere online I thought I'd write a blog that covers the content with the added bonus of giving you the option to dig into items in more detail. … Continue reading Azure Functions for Java developers
This post covers an approach you can use to deploy compiled C# Functions using the tooling available in Visual Studio 2017 and various Build and Release Management Tasks contained in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). Note that this post discusses deploying to the v1 Functions runtime platform. I was lucky enough to speak with Damian … Continue reading Multi-environment deployments for Compiled C# Azure Functions with VSTS Release Management
I'm really excited about this opportunity to share the power of Azure with the developer and IT Pro community in France that is soon to gain local Azure Regions in which to build their solutions. If you live in the surrounding areas I'd love to see you there. More details available via Meetup.
"The best journeys answer questions that in the beginning you didn't even think to ask." - Jeff Johnson - 180° South I thought with the announcement at Build 2017 of the preview of the Functions tooling for Visual Studio 2017 that I would take a look back on the journey I've been on with Functions … Continue reading A Year with Azure Functions