Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 16. Deploying website (web app) with github

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

In this video I am showing how to deploy Azure website (web app) directly from github.

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.


Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 15. Deploying website (web app) with git

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

In this video I am showing how to deploy website from the local git repository.

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.


Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 14. Creating website (web app)

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

In this video I am showing how to create a website (web app) on the Azure Portal.

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.


Open Source at Microsoft and Beyond

Open Source North

Last month I had a pleasure to attend Open Source North conference in Minneapolis, MN. It was a great event with over 500 attendees and speakers from all over across the United States. I had a pleasure to meet a lot of great people, and attend a few interesting talks. I also gave a talk “Open Source and Microsoft and Beyond” where I presented a bunch of Microsoft Open Source projects (ASP.NET Core, TypeScript, Xamarin, F#), gave an insight into Azure Cloud, and showed a few non-Microsoft OSS projects created or having contributions from Microsoft employees (lodash, xUnit, Moment.js, voiceCmdr, and more).

Video

Contents

00:00 – Intro (Age of Ascent)
04:47 – about me and what I do
08:02 – .NET Core
12:56 – ASP.NET Core
21:54 – TypeScript
29:28 – Chakra Core
31:17 – Xamarin
34:34 – Azure
35:20 – F#
40:25 – Azure Service Fabric
41:24 – Docker
42:04 – non-Microsoft technologies/products on Azure
43:33 – Azure cloud open APIs
44:18 – Microsoft Valuable Professional program
44:36 – non-Microsoft OSS projects created/maintained by Microsoft employees
46:15 – voiceCmdr
48:15 – aurelia
48:48 – contributing to Microsoft OSS projects and docs
49:40 – Azure Portal Tipes & Tricks
50:20 – UK Cycling team story
51:42 – Microsoft Cognitive Services and Seeing AI


Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 13. Customizing Grids

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

In this video I am showing how to customize grids that display list of resources on the portal.

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.