In one of my projects I tried to create dynamic groups in AAD for organizing added users from a custom build sync tools I wrote. So, if you don’t know, what a dynamic group is, watch this video here. … Read the rest
First comes first
Azure Durable Function is a cool and helpful technology in getting workflows done. You can imagine Durable Function (DF) as a lightweight Workflow-engine for developer. Ok, BizTalk, Nintex and all the other cool “tools” have their right … Read the rest
In my previous post, I showed, how to get all documents of one collection into one single JSON-file. The best reason to do it this way, is you can use a browser, being independent from the Hardware. But that has … Read the rest
This is a short reminder for myself, but could be helpfull for someone else out there. Nothing new!
I often look for easy solution, that resolve “easy” problems. This is one: “Convert something to something”.
After looking arround in the … Read the rest
after Intel rejected Edison and Co. I was not sure, what to do with the neat piece of hardware, I am owning. Despite of not getting any Support and updates and so forth it is still Hardware, … Read the rest
One of the things I played around with ESP8266 and Azure IoTHub was, how I can get the whole infrastructure deployable and also to get the code working for other devs, without sharing my Azure environment and credentials.
The main … Read the rest
I worked on a Release pipeline in VSTS for some month ago. Because I experimented with AzureCLI2.0 in my Release-Template, I switch from Hosted-BuildAgent to onPremise-BuildAgent. With setting things up and working out the details on how my release can … Read the rest
Reasons for ESP8266
For some weeks ago, I bought some ESP8266-12E modules with developer boards and started developing IoT-test solutions. I also have some other dev-boards like Intel Edison or Arduino, so why to change to another?
The reason is, … Read the rest