Managed Identities and Azure Key Vault
Learn how to manage your secrets using Managed Identities for Azure Resources and Azure Key Vault.
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
Today, I had the honor to represent Microsoft at the Tools Challenge of the Software Quality Days 2018 in Vienna. The audience voted - and we won :-)
TechDays Sweden 2017 - Dockerizing .NET Apps
Yesterday, I did a session about Dockerizing .NET applications at TechDays Sweden. In this blog post, I share a recording of my talk and the slides that I used.
Exporting a Deezer Playlist
01 October 2017 - Node.js
Today I had to export a playlist from Deezer for an event. The DJ who will care for the event's music asked me for title ideas. I have hacked together a quick-and-dirty Node.js script that generates a Markdown music list from Deezer playlists. Maybe it is useful for other people, too.
BASTA 2017 - Recordings and Session Material
September is BASTA! time. It has become a beloved tradition for me to travel in Autumn to Mainz to speak at the BASTA! conference. This year, my workshop, session and keynote topics were .NET, microservices and web dev technology. In this blog post I share my session material and recordings.
.NET Stammtisch Linz - Dockerizing .NET Apps
Yesterday, I did a session at the .NET Stammtisch Linz. I spoke about latest Docker developments relevant for .NET developers. I focused on new features in Visual Studio and .NET base images available in the Docker Hub for .NET Core and .NET Framework 4.7. In this post I share a recording of my session. Take a look if you want to hear me speaking in my native Upper Austrian dialect ;-)
Build Recap Session about Whats New in TypeScript
Today, I will do a session about TypeScript at a //Build2017 Recap event at Microsoft Vienna. In this blog post I share my samples and important links.
.NET Core Session at devone
01 June 2017 - .NET
Today, I will do a session about .NET Core at the premier of the devone conference in Linz. In this blog post I share my slides, samples and important links.
Markdown and Pandoc for Conceptual Documents
At time cockpit, we use Markdown in more and more scenarios. I have been using it for conceptual documents, too. Writing it in Visual Studio Code and converting it to PDF using Pandoc with Bash on Ubuntu on Windows works like a charm. In this blog post, I share the setup and scripts I use in such scenarios.