This week I participated my first ever OpenHack on DevOps organized by Microsoft in Singapore. It was a three day event from 26th-29th November 2019. The hackathon was focused on Azure DevOps and Azure Kubernetes services. There were participants from all over the world gathered at one place. There were over 90+ Participants comprised of… Read More My experience at Microsoft OpenHack DevOps – Singapore
The first ever Github Universe viewing party in SriLanka took place on last Thursday organized by the Github Campus Experts in the country. It was an event to share all the exciting news and updates on Github and it was a great success. I decided to write this blog based on the session i presented… Read More Build and Deploy Angular Applications to the Cloud with Github Actions – Emotion Detection App
One of the recent questions I came across in StackOverflow was how to set Timezone in an Azure app service. It is too easy to change the timezone for an app service hosted in windows OS , but the same settings do not apply for an app service hosted in Linux. App Service on Windows:… Read More How to change TimeZone in Azure App Service?
When you are involving in an architectural discussion which involves Azure’s cosmosdb, a mandatory question that you get is “Is not Azure Cosmos DB very expensive?”. Based on the fact that Cosmos DB is evolving very fast, there are lot of customers stepping in to use the service in their architecture. To understand one thing… Read More Programmatically change CosmosDB Request Units(RU) with Azure function 2.x and Cosmos DB SDK 3.0
I just uninstalled Visual Studio 2017 and installed Visual Studio 2019 and the transition was very smooth. The installation just took 17 minutes and its faster than the time it took to install earlier versions. I managed to explore few features and it looks quite impressive. I decided to list down the top features that… Read More Visual Studio 2019 – Better than ever before
For the past one month , I have been experimenting with one of the promising serverless framework for creating serverless functions. With the modern applications moving to cloud with microservices this framework becomes very handy to create/manage your microservices in the form of functions. What do we need microservices? When I started my career as… Read More Build your serverless functions with OpenFaaS on Azure
After building my first production ready application with ASP.NET Core 2.1 and tested locally when i tried to deploy for the first time on Azure, I was stuck with the following page. Since many different problems can cause this error page, I would strongly recommend the following in order to determine the root cause quickly… Read More Resolve Issue : ASP.NET Core 2.1 runs fine locally but when publishing to Azure says “An error occurred while starting the application.”
This should help all the Angular developers out there to test yourself on the knowledge on Angular. I have listed down the concepts/questions from various sources such as Stackoverflow,Medium etc. Will be continuing this with 2 more posts. 1. What’s new in Angular 6 Angular Elements – Angular Elements is a project that lets you wrap… Read More Ace Angular Interview in 20 minutes – PART1