Within software development, it is common practice to create shared-code libraries. This helps you maintain your code better and reuse it in other places without the nasty copy-paste pattern. This can be done by simply adding a project reference or an artifact repository like NuGet. However, with Azure functions, this is a bit cumbersome and not well documented on how to achieve this.
When using #Azure #functions you need an underlying storage account to accommodate for a storage blob for the storage of your code files and storage tables for your durable functions. However, when you use #Terraform to deploy your infrastructure there is a strange default behavior you need to be aware of.
When a preview feature goes into General Availability some functionality will change. This is my research of the Azure activity-logs and where to find the settings
In the serie “Down the rabbit hole” I dive into topics I spent to much time on investigating, this time why my variable is empty while I can see it filled via a console.
A small blog post on something I learned today and could not find that easy on the internet. Apparently you can use parts of the service-connection...
Most modern-day applications are being written in a web-based language. And by doing so that’s where the biggest market share can be found for vendors to...