My Developer blog

Welcome to my blog, I wanted a place that I could document and share all my development experiences and if it helps people on the way all the better. this is the beginning of the site but I have lots of ideas and will constantly add to it and hopefully blog about it on the way...

Azure - Using Azure CLI - Part 1

Good morrow to you all, in the next 2 posts we are going to cover the Azure CLI for those operating in the open-source environments favour scripting tools that resemble UNIX and Linux shell interfaces. Azure CLI provides this type of interface. In this post, we will learn about the basic characteristics of Azure CLI, its installation methods, and a few basic commands that allow you to access your Azure subscription.

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Azure - Configuring RBAC (Role Base Access Control) - Part 3

Ok Part 3 - Configuring RBAC (Role Base Access Control) RBAC allows you to provide granular access to perform specific actions on Azure resources, down to an individual-resource level. You can specify which actions to perform by using either a predefined or a custom role. Once you have decided which role to use, you assign it to an Azure AD object representing the user, group, or application that should be able to carry out the role’s associated actions.

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Azure - Configure tagging - Part 2

In this blog post we are going to configure tagging, Tagging is another benefit of the Azure Resource Manager deployment model. Tags are custom labels that you can assign to resources, resource groups, and subscriptions. You can utilize this functionality to describe your cloud environment. For example, you can specify the ownership of individual resources, assign them to the appropriate cost centre, or designate them as production, test, or development. Tags appear in the billing data available to the Account Administrator. This simplifies identifying costs associated with tagged resources for chargeback purposes.

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Azure - Create and manage a resource group - Part 1

Over the last 12 months I have been studying and working with Azure in my spare time, all in preparation to gain my MSCE Qualification in cloud and Infrastructure, after a lot of study and hard work, I am there! A few weeks back I had the opportunity to take a bootcamp course over 9 days and concentrating on the following exams, 70-532, 70-533 and 70-535, so I used my time wisely and mentally to go through each and every lab the courses had to offer and I have documented every step so that you can follow to study or use day to day, Please NOTE that all the materials to follow are course labs Microsoft Offer and if you have the opportunity to go on any of these course I would highly recommend you do so.. they blew me away!

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Part One - Setting up our SharePoint client-side development environment

Last month I started to look into the new SharePoint framework and since then I have been trying to get my head around it all and the only way has been going through multiple resources so for the next few months I'm going to go through everything I have learned to see how it all works and deep dive into as much detail as possible and if it helps out others on the way all the better, here we go… part one - Setting up our SharePoint client-side web part development environment.

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SharePoint Framewrok (SPFx)

Top of the day to you all, this week I have been attending the Ignite conference in Atlanta, WOW!! love this place and I have to be honest I do love everything Microsoft and just being at the conference for the 2nd year running it has not failed, so last year they teased us with SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint Online and there wasn't really much on the way of the nuts and bolts and what was happening with the framework moving forward, then I think they started introducing the framework at build in March this year and now this week… oh boy they have…

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