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Sydney Smith joins Scott Hanselman to show the rich editing experience provided by the PowerShell extension in Azure Data Studio by creating a SQL Server in a Linux Docker container with external storage—all using PowerShell Core in Azure Data Studio.To get started with the notebook used in the epis...

Microsoft released a nice new ligature-friendly open source font this week called Cascadia Code. It'll eventually be shipped with the open source Windows Terminal (you can get it from the store fee) but for now you can just download and install the TTF. I've blogged about Fira Code and Monospaced P...

Miao Jiang joins Scott Hanselman to demonstrate a sample CI/CD pipeline implemented using Azure DevOps and Azure API Management DevOps resource kit. The sample follows the suggested approach that was introduced in Build a CI/CD pipeline for API Management, Part 1.Azure API Management overviewAzure A...

Miao Jiang joins Scott Hanselman to walk through a conceptual framework for building a CI/CD pipeline to automate the deployment of APIs into Azure API Management. Learn about common automation challenges with API Management and how the suggested approach addresses these challenges. For a demonstrat...

I was reading an older post in an emulator forum where someone was asking for a Playstation 1 (PSX) emulator written in C#, and the replies went on and on about how C# and .NET are not suited for emulation, C# is far too slow, negativity, blah blah. Of course, that's silly. Good C# can run at near-n...

I'm pretty happy with Windows 10 as my primary development box. It can do most anything I want, run a half-dozen Linuxes, and has a shiny new open source Terminal, and has great support for Docker now. However. For years - YEARS I SAY - Windows has been a huge hassle when you want to flash the firmw...

Saurya Das joins Scott Hanselman to show how multiple node pools for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) enable you to use different virtual machine sizes in a node pool supporting a variety of workloads in a single AKS cluster. For example, an e-commerce website can have a node pool for a billing s...

Jacob Jedryszek joins Scott Hanselman to talk about about using Cognitive Services with Azure Search with your mobile and web apps. Skip hiring search experts who know what an inverted index is. Don't worry about distributed systems expertise to scale your service to handle large amount of data...

It's early days (preview) but there's now a Terminal integrated into Visual Studio! Taking a nod from the 2017 plugin, the Terminal is now build in as an experimental feature using features from the NEW open source Windows Terminal. Rather than build everything from scratch, the Visual Studio termi...

Yesterday the Windows Team announced the first preview and code release of PowerToys for Windows 10. This first preview includes two utilities: The Windows key shortcut guide. Just hold down WIN+KEY for help A pro window manager called FancyZones. Check out this article for all the details! Many y...

When a live site issue or outage occurs, quickly determining the root cause is critical. Standard monitoring solutions might alert you to a problem. They might even indicate which component is failing. But this alert won't always immediately explain the failure's cause. You know your site worked fiv...

Azure Cosmos DB keeps getting better with a preview of notebook support, we've got Apache Spark, great new optimizations in queries, and idiomatic SDKs now on v3. Kirill Gavrylyuk is back once again with all the updates.[00:46] Jupyter Notebooks and Apache Spark[03:21] Standalone Data Explorer with ...

For bizarre and unknown historical reasons, when using MSDeploy to make a ZIP package to upload a website to a web server you get a massively deep silly path like yada/yada/C_C/Temp/package/WebApplication1/obj/Release/Package/PackageTmp. I use .NET Core so I usually do a "dotnet publish" and get a s...

You shouldn't do this and if you choose to do this you may hurt yourself or one of your beloved pets. You have been warned. The Windows+X hotkey has been around for many years as is a simple right-click style context list of Developer/Administrator stuff that your techies might need in the course o...

It’s been a long time coming, and today we are excited to announce the new and improved search on NuGet.org leveraging Azure Search. We want to start this post with a huge thanks to you, the NuGet community, for providing feedback. The post New and improved NuGet Search is here! appeared first on Th...

You've long been able to write Windows Services in .NET and .NET Core, and you could certainly write a vanilla Console App and cobble something together for a long running headless service as well. However, the idea of a Worker Process, especially a long running one is a core part of any operating s...

Sharad Agrawal and Teresa Yao join Scott Hanselman to introduce Web Application Firewall (WAF) with Azure Front Door. They show how to configure and block malicious attacks against web applications at the edge of Microsoft's network. WAF with Azure Front Door is the best solution to help protect you...

Mike Budzynski is back to share the latest Azure API Management updates with Scott Hanselman.[01:25] Building serverless APIs with Azure Functions & API Management Consumption tier[03:40] Generating object schemas[06:30] New developer portal (now in preview) Azure API Management develo...

Danny Strockis joins Scott Hanselman to discuss decentralized identity, which gives users ownership of their digital identities and data by leveraging permissionless distributed ledgers.[04:07] Authentication concept[10:30] DemoDecentralized identity – Own your own identityDecentralized Identity Dev...

Byron Tardif joins Scott Hanselman to show how to leverage Azure App Service features to empower your DevOps to achieve sophisticated scenarios like testing in production using deployment slots with just a few clicks.Azure App Service overviewSet up staging environments in Azure App ServiceAzur...

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