As I have been delving into Azure DevOps for a while now, I have discovered some best practices utilizing Azure DevOps Projects that I thought might be useful to share.
In this post I will show you how to deploy a SQL Database Project into a Windows 2016 on-prem sever running an instance of SQL Server 2017 by leveraging Azure DevOps.
Hence, in today's post I will show how to deploy a site to an on-prem Windows 2016 server running IIS from a cloud hosted instance of Azure DevOps.
Thus, I thought it would be useful to share from the bits that I have found so far in working with Azure Pipelines YAML based build configurations.
I have been delving into AWS Cloud for the past few months and I have been personally comparing my experience in AWS with that of Azure, so I thought I would write about
It has been a while since I last posted, as I have been busy learning more about containers while leading and managing a development team. However, I would like to share some informational
Lately I have been working more closely with Azure Resource Manager (ARM) on a DevOps project and wanted to share a few quick tips on working with ARM templates. If you have not
In a previous blog post I showed you how you can setup unit tests to run in memory when testing ASP.NET Core & EF Core applications. But what about when you want
Coordinating development efforts and source code across individuals and teams is usually filled with its own set of challenges. Thankfully, if you are working on a side project of any kind, Microsoft has
With the final release of ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core there were a number of new and welcome improvements that came along with those releases. One of them being the ability
As a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) there is a requirement that I earn 120 "Continuing Professional Education" (CPE) credits in a 3 year span in order to maintain the
I remember when Azure Active Directory was first coming out a few years back, if you can recall the days of Access Control Service (ACS), you would agree that things are drastically different