Azure CLI

Week 2, 2022 - Tips I learned this week

Tooling around .NET, Azure, Github and VS Code.

This is my first article of the series Tips I learned this week for 2022 🚀! And today we are going to see some tips about .NET, Azure, GitHub, and VS Code.

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Pulumi with an Azure Blob Storage backend

Pulumi without Pulumi Service.

By default when you use Pulumi, the state is managed by Pulumi Service which is very convenient as you can concentrate on building your project infrastructure instead of spending time on where to store the state and how to handle concurrency. However, sometimes for governance or pricing concerns, or any other reasons, you don't want to use Pulumi Service and you prefer to manage the state yourself with your own backend. In this article, we will see how we can do that using Azure.

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How to connect to an Azure SQL Database from C# using Azure AD

Talking about Active Directory Default authentication mode for SqlClient.

In Microsoft.Data.SqlClient v3.0.0, a new authentication mode Active Directory Default has been released. Let's see what this means when querying an Azure SQL Database from some C# code.

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Week 22, 2021 - Tips I learned this week

IntelliSense in vscode, Azure CLI command to get assigned roles, and Azure Storage Explorer new version.

This week I learned some Azure CLI commands, how to have JSON IntelliSense in vscode and that Azure Storage Explorer was usable again.

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Goodbye Azure Portal, Welcome Azure CLI

Let's jump into Azure CLI!

In this article about Azure CLI, we will talk about:

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