This is a post that I started more than a year ago. A goal was to be able to use a Raspberry Pi as a PowerShell Development environment. Whilst a lot has changed in that time (Powershell Core, Code Server and now the new Raspberry Pi 4) and a lot of progress made, I haven’t achieved my ultimate goal of using a Raspberry Pi as a development environment for Azure PowerShell Functions.… keep reading
With every new project comes another development environment. Another installation of Visual Studio Code and the inevitable loss of productivity whilst you get all the necessary extensions installed and configured. If only there was a quick and painless way to perform a VSCode Configuration Sync between environments.… keep reading
It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of virtual environments and PowerShell. Late last year I wrote this series on Nested Virtual PowerShell Desktop Environments on Windows 10 & Windows Server 2019 in Azure A lot of the back story for that three post series was to have virtual environments for PowerShell.… keep reading
Update April 2019 The presentation in this post updates the later section of this post whereby you can easily publish your app to Azure without needing to do all the manual FTP steps.
This week I had the need to build a small web application with a reasonably simple front end that will later be integrated inside a Portal.… keep reading