I attended my first ever MVP Summit as a Microsoft MVP in Azure. Even though I got my MVP award back in 2016, I could not attend the summit in 2016 because of scheduling conflicts, there was no summit in 2017 and, so, I vowed to go to this one, regardless of circumstances. To say… Continue reading My first Microsoft MVP Summit 2018
In late 2001/early half of 2002 (I don't remember the exact date), Microsoft held a launch party for Visual Studio at FSU - one that was well hyped among the students. I distinctly remember attending and getting a free copy of Visual Studio which included among other features - a new language named C# (new to… Continue reading How attending one tech event probably changed my career and life
I build dual language systems - English and Spanish. It's my first time building a system in any language other than English and I came across this interesting issue the other day. https://twitter.com/_s_hari/status/953732335073144833 Let's take the name Martinez for this example. I've seen it entered with different case alphabets (upper, lower, mixed, Pascal) and also… Continue reading Handling accented characters searches
Let's say you have an Azure Logic app which needs to access resources on the client's on-premise network and the administrator for the 3rd party network wants to only allow specific IP addresses/ranges (a perfectly reasonable request), how will you accomplish this? Let's consider a couple of scenarios: Scenario 1: You have the Azure Logic… Continue reading How to find outgoing IP addresses for Azure Logic Apps
When we call someone using Siri, we're acting the same way someone did 140 years or so back and how an undertaker impacted the period in-between
Recently, I had to transition from a legacy messaging provider to Twilio for sending SMS messages and found it ridiculously simple. Also, the built-in hooks between different Azure services and Twilio appeared to have reduced the integration process to a few button clicks instead of code. Based on this experience, I wanted to show how easy it was to send a daily SMS message with zero coding.
How Copernicus would predict Windows XP's public lifespan