In this post I will show you how to connect to SQL Azure without using secrets, using Azure Active Directory.
Depending on how your team tracks the work, they may want to know how many days a work item has been open. For example, if you have a work item that has been open for a long time, you may want to close it or prioritize it.
In this post, I will show you how to get how many days work items have been open in Azure Boards.
A commit is a code change that is made to a repository. When a developer makes a commit, it is important to ensure that the code changes are made by an authorized person and that the changes have not been tampered with. This is where GitHub verified commits come in. This is useful to prevent impersonation and to ensure that the code you are downloading is the code that was uploaded by the developer.
In this post, we will build a contact form with Azure Functions and Azure Communication Services.
Migrating a repository from one platform to another can be a challenging task, but with the right tools and guidance, it can be a straightforward process. We'll guide you through the steps to migrate a repository from Azure DevOps to GitHub using the import code option.
In this short post, I will show you how to list the Azure Repos in an Azure DevOps Project with their sizes in MB using a PowerShell script.
Many of our web app hosted on Azure are built on top of a PaaS service, such as Azure App Service and SQL Azure. These services are usually billed based on the amount of resources they consume. The more resources they consume, the more we pay. However, there are some best practices that we can follow to reduce the amount of resources consumed and, therefore, reduce the amount of money we pay. Specially if we are running a web app that is not used 24/7 or just used during business hours in the same time zone.
Today I had the opportunity to present a webinar about GHAS, check it out here.
I'm thrilled to share that I just earned the three GitHub Partner Certifications.