Azure: How to Auto-Scale your Web Apps (Web Sites)

Source MVA: http://bit.ly/laparoundazurewebsites Articles: · Scale a Web App (Web Site) in Azure App Service · Azure AutoScale · Previous Blog Overview: You have been implementing your work assignment (see: Problem Statement). After talking to your boss, you find out what the expected usage will be.. Currently you have just one website deployed which uses the Free…

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Azure: Securing your Web App (Website)

Sources MVA: http://bit.ly/azurewebapps Articles: http://bit.ly/securewebjobsazure Previous Blog                 Next Blog Overview After reading this blog you will be able to create a Web App (Web Site) using Visual Studio 2015 and add WebJobs from the same Visual Studio solution (a solution makes up multiple projects). You will secure the Web App (Web Site) using two forms…

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Azure Web Apps (Web Sites) and WebJobs using the Azure Preview Portal

In todays blog, you will be learn  now to use the Azure Preview Portal to create a simple and to upload a webjob to the web app (web site).  The webjob will of the powershell type and is fully functional, I didn’t add the code since it is only three lines that you can cut…

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Note from a reader about DirectX 12 on XBox

To find out about the mysteries of DX12, scan the following: First check out the MVA about Build: http://bit.ly/buildomnibus So here what the reader wrote in an email to me: Hello, I know you are an incredibly busy person so I will get straight to the point.  I’m E-mailing you hoping to get any sort…

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Windows 10: Looking good with build 10122!

If you are developer or want to be a developer get over to: http://bit.ly/win10devconf And sign up to catch this conference or at least the tail end of it. How I see Build 10122 The upgrade from 10074 or whatever I was on went smoothly on my Lenovo Twist, which is no longer offered to…

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Azure, Raspberry Pi connecting them at low cost

If you haven’t checked it out, and I am for sure, check out the Connect the dots site, if you have a Raspberry Pi, you really don’t need an Arduino.  Get your Raspberry Pi loaded with the Debian build named Wheezy.  Then try not to waste time on playing around with the Raspberry Pi, MineCraft…

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Now you have graduated, so what?

Soft degree graduate, technology needs you! Yep, initially you won’t get paid as well as the CS types, but then you can get the jobs that do pay well. CS degrees often miss out on domain knowledge, which you have in abundance. What if you have a “hard” degree? If you did a degree in…

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Machine Learning on Azure, how is it different?

Ho hum, machine learning, the very basis of that thing we call computer science and computing machines.  Must be boring right?  All of the interesting problems solved.  Statistics pushed down all college students brain stems, so there is nothing left.  Right? Nope.  The Machine Learning Tool in Azure has a number of interesting features that…

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Windows 10, TouchDevelop and App Studio

Ok, these are not Universal Apps if you feel a need to be one of the beautiful persons who use Universal Apps.  And you should learn how to use Universal Apps, see this MVA: http://bit.ly/uniapps .  Am I using the concept?  Not yet, not convinced that the Web App isn’t the best app.  SaleForce does…

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Windows 10: Setting the Developer Mode

(NOTE: UPDATE ON SETTING DEVELOPER MODE, to set developer mode see the link:https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/apps/xaml/dn706236.aspx, this blog was written due to my incorrect search keyword utilization, but I will let it stand to remind me that setting keywords is important for people searching for information. What follows is somewhat snarky…because I was frustrated with not finding that…

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