Continuous Code Quality with SonarQube: #1 Installing and Configuring SonarQube using Azure Virtual Machine & Azure SQL

SonarQube a product by SonarSource, is an open source platform that can be used to manager source code quality for development teams. SonarQube is a great product that you can integrate with your existing build pipelines to analyze your code base and find bugs, vulnerabilities, code smells and manage the technical debt of your source … Continue reading Continuous Code Quality with SonarQube: #1 Installing and Configuring SonarQube using Azure Virtual Machine & Azure SQL

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Fix ‘Subject Alternative Name Missing [missing_subjectAltName]’ issue in Chrome with Self-Signed Certificates using OpenSSL

After the release of Chrome v58 Common Name (CN) support is removed for SSL Certificates. Instead SSL Certificates required to have Subject Alternative Name (SAN). When you are using Self-Signed Certificates, this becomes a problem if you really want to get rid of the Red Not Secure flag and warnings put out by chrome when … Continue reading Fix ‘Subject Alternative Name Missing [missing_subjectAltName]’ issue in Chrome with Self-Signed Certificates using OpenSSL

Team Project Wiki in Visual Studio Team Services: First Look

Team Project Wiki was rolled out for Visual Studio Team Services a couple of days back as a preview feature. For me this is a much-anticipated feature that felt missing and this would be a first look in to Team Project Wiki in Visual Studio Team Services. Navigate to your Visual Studio Team Services account … Continue reading Team Project Wiki in Visual Studio Team Services: First Look

Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part II

Part 1 of this article can be found by navigating to the following link. Going Serverless on Azure Platform - #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal  - Part I In the last article of the Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform series, we created the first function ReceiveNotification, which is the … Continue reading Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part II

Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part I

In the last article of the Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform series, we created a Function App on the Azure Portal and walked through the Function App UI and the features provided by the Function Apps. In this article, we will create our first azure function on the Azure Portal. We will create … Continue reading Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part I

Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #2 Creating a Function App in the Azure Portal

In the first article of this series, we had an introduction in to Azure Functions and what features it brings for developers. We talked about all the fundamentals we need to start working with Azure Functions. In this article, we will look in to how to create a Function Application in the Azure Portal and … Continue reading Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #2 Creating a Function App in the Azure Portal

Fix “Invalid input ‘WebApplication.csproj’. The file type was not recognized.” Error in Visual Studio Team Services, ASP.Net Core Build Definition

On Visual Studio Team Services, to quickly and easily build your ASP.Net Core applications, you can use the pre-built ASP.Net Core Template in the Build section of VSTS. But when you try to use this ASP.Net Core Pre-Built template with a .csproj based .Net Core Application, you run in to an issue where the build … Continue reading Fix “Invalid input ‘WebApplication.csproj’. The file type was not recognized.” Error in Visual Studio Team Services, ASP.Net Core Build Definition