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API Security with 42Crunch

Dmitry Sotnikov, Chief Product Officer at 42Crunch and curator of joins Abel Wang for a discussion on the transition to cloud and later to cloud-native, container-based and serverless architectures, which has led to explosion of REST APIs. Now application ... continue reading
Visual Studio Code Extensions

A Guide to Contributing to Microsoft Docs

Microsoft Docs, is the website on which all of Microsoft’s official documentation sits. Did you know that the documentation is open sourced and that anyone can contribute to it? Because you can, Microsoft Docs is hosted on GitHub, meaning you ... continue reading
Github Repository

Keeping your local GitHub Repo in Sync

How many times have you forked a GitHub repository(repo) and worked on your copy of it, made changes, pushed them back to the original and went off to do something else. Then a couple of weeks later you thought of ... continue reading

Intro – SQL Server Transparent Data Encryption and Extensible Key Management Using Azure Key Vault

Welcome to my blog series on setting up SQL Server TDE to use Azure Key Vault. I’m a Program Manager with the Azure SQL Security Team / Product Group and I will walk you through the process of configuring the ... continue reading
Digging into the Replica Domain Controller ARM Template Code

Digging into the Replica Domain Controller ARM Template Code

If you are here because you want some automation built into your world vs. manual domain controller builds + configuration, then you’ve arrived at the right place! Two hot topics come into view when discussing ARM Templates: Configuration Management and ... continue reading

Writing code and having fun with Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock

Isaac Levin joins Scott Hanselman to talk about building highly scalable applications and having fun with the Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock sample application. Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock is a multi-language application built with Visual Studio and Visual Studio ... continue reading
How to Build an Azure Automation Lab

How to Build an Azure Automation Lab

Hello fellow IT industry professionals! I’m Preston K. Parsard, and I’m truly excited to bring you some awesome automation opportunities, so to start, let’s consider these scenarios: 1. You’re an IT professional and to stay competitive, relevant and enhance your ... continue reading

Depending on the right PowerShell NuGet package in your .NET project

Alongside the pwsh executable packages published with each PowerShell release, the PowerShell team also maintain several NuGet packages that are available on NuGet to allow targeting PowerShell as an API platform in .NET. As a .NET application that both provides ... continue reading

Go serverless: Event-driven applications with Azure Functions

Jeff Hollan joins Scott Hanselman to show how you can quickly develop and deploy code to run in the cloud with Azure Functions. Functions can be written in a variety of languages, and will automatically trigger and scale based on ... continue reading
Az Update: Azure Monitor for VMs, taking Microsoft exams online, VS Code Extension and more

Az Update: Azure Monitor for VMs, taking Microsoft exams online, VS Code Extension and more

With all the changes in Azure, it is sometimes hard to keep track, that's why I thought I would give you a quick update on two exciting things I learned this week. In this update, I want to share a ... continue reading