Wriju's BLOG

.NET, Cloud and everything

2019 – a Developer’s view

2018 has been great so far for developers. With cloud automation CI/CD has become the focus. A major chunk of that scripting work is to be done via the script or code. How a developer would grow into the current role defines his/her ability to quickly adopt the ever changing world. Gone are those days… Read more

Free Trainings for Azure Certifications AZ-*

Azure Certifications are going through a major revamp. Now we have series like AZ-100, AZ-101, AZ-200, AZ-201, AZ-300, AZ-301 etc. We need some guided training and this helps. Microsoft has announced some free training covering most of the new Azure Certifications For more please visit https://cloudsociety.learning.microsoft.com/courses … Read more

Start Free with Azure Stack Development Kit

Azure Stack is a hardware-based appliances which means you need to buy the hardware to be able to feel it. Hardware acquisition takes time, so you need a playground to test if things are fine as you expect. Find an abandoned hardware and install the Azure Stack Development Kit (ASDK) to play on it since… Read more

Free Azure Subscription–no credit card needed

What if you have Azure Subscription to play with and need no credit card? Pretty cool, huh!!! You must explore Microsoft Hands on Labs https://www.microsoft.com/handsonlabs/selfpacedlabs  This gives you labs for both on-premises and Azure. The one which is Azure will take you to a console which would have instructions and Azure user id and password…. Read more

Azure for Enterprises

The public cloud, out of the box, needs help to be enterprise ready. We need a bit more compliance and governance around it to make sure it is highly secure and as per the company standard. With the recent announcements of Azure Policy, Management Groups, Resource Graph, Cost Management and Blueprint we have now the… Read more

Azure REST API Explorer

Azure has many layers of interactions REST API, PowerShell, CLI, Portal etc. On top of REST API we have Client SDKs like in NodeJs, Python, .NET. As we all know that the REST API is the lowest level of API, hence it has more capability than any other abstractions. There is a nice API Explorer… Read more