I’ve just built another new PowerShell Azure HTTPTrigger Function locally using VSCode. I tested the Function locally and it did exactly what it was supposed too. I then deployed the Function to Azure and tested it using PowerShell, and it also worked as expected.… keep reading
As much as I love PowerShell Azure Functions anytime I need to develop a new one leveraging a service as an output binding I cringe. I cringe as documentation for examples leveraging output bindings typically don’t have a PowerShell example. Take my most recent requirement for Azure Functions SendGrid Output Binding with PowerShell and the documentation is non existent.… keep reading
Recently the Beta of the AutoRest for PowerShell Generator has been made available. At the recent Microsoft MVP Summit in Seattle Garrett Serack gave those that were interested a 1 hr corridor session on getting started with AutoRest for PowerShell.
AutoRest is a tool that generates client libraries for accessing RESTful web services.… keep reading
The criteria of the hackathon was;
- Build or update a functioning Microsoft Graph-powered solution that leverages the Microsoft Graph Security API
Following the announcement of the Hackathon I was encouraged by Kloud management to enter. … keep reading
Recently I started working on another side IoT Project. As part of that I needed to identify the Vendor / Manufacturer of networking equipment. As you are probably aware each network device has a unique MAC Address. A MAC Address looks like this 60:5b:b4:f9:63:05. … keep reading
This is the third and final post in my series around using your voice to query/search Microsoft Identity Manager or as I’m now calling it, the Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager.
The two previous posts in this series detail some of my steps and processes in developing and fleshing out this Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager concept.… keep reading
Yes, you’ve read the title correctly. Speaking to Microsoft Identity Manager. The concept behind this was born off the back of some other work I was doing with Microsoft Cognitive Services. I figured it shouldn’t be that difficult if I just break down the concept into individual elements of functionality and put together a proof of concept to validate the idea.… keep reading