I recently published a blog post on Serverless360 that discusses how to setup a simple consortium blockchain in Azure and then both publish and subscribe messages using Azure Logic Apps. I definitely had some head scratching moments while putting it together so hopefully it will help people who are interested in connecting Azure Logic Apps and Azure Blockchain Services together. Below is part of the … Continue reading Introduction to Azure Blockchain Services + Azure Logic Apps
In late 2018 I started contributing to the #ServerlessTips on https://www.serverlessnotes.com, a community knowledge base hosted by Serverless360. I have written more than 30 tips, mostly on Azure Logic Apps, on that site and I wanted to highlight some of my favorites. Now, I won’t go ahead and cross-post these entire topics, but I wanted to elevate their visibility as I think they are important. … Continue reading Serverless Tips–Exception Handling and Scopes
You may have recently seen that I have begun my journey as a Udemy instructor. I have plans to continue to develop courses on the platform. As I do so, I want to ensure that people that have been following me on my blogs, twitter and other social platforms have awareness of all my content and have the ability to leverage discount codes that provide consistent savings over the regular price at Udemy. As I continue to introduce new courses, this will be the ‘source of truth’ for a listing of courses and relevant discount codes that work
Course 1: Microsoft Flow vs Azure Logic Apps – >55% Discount Code – $19.99 USD
There is a lot of confusion when it comes to choosing to use Microsoft Flow or Azure Logic Apps. As a result, there are a lot of opinions out there, but not many of them are objective. In this course we will deep dive on the feature sets of both technologies and then provide prescriptive guidance through real-world examples.
What you’ll learn
- Students will learn about Microsoft Flow and Azure Logic Apps and the differences between the two services.
- Obtain prescriptive guidance on scenarios where one technology is a better fit over another
- Understand the different security and governance capabilities in each technology
- Use this content to make informed decisions on which tool you should use
Course 2: 10 Tips for Building Effective Flows – 30% Discount Code – $13.99 USD
Jon Levesque and I have co-presented at several events in the past including Ignite, Business Application Summit, Ready and Microsoft Build in addition to recording several YouTube videos like Hot Dog/Not Hot Dog, Automating Your Customer Service and Dude Where’s My Car to name a few. Jon was recently visiting Calgary so we took an opportunity to record some segments for the course.
The outcome is we have a course that helps beginners learn some essential tips that will make them more productive, their flows will become more maintainable and more reliable.
Course 3: 10 Advanced Tips for Building Effective Flows ~ 30% Discount Code – $14.99
We are back at it again! Jon Levesque and I have continued down our Flow learning journey and are bringing you 10 Advanced Tips for Building Effective Flows. If you have prior experience with Microsoft Flow and are looking for more. This course is for you!
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Introducing my new course on Udemy on Microsoft Flow and Azure Logic Apps, two of my favorite cloud services. NOTE: Udemy currently has their summer sale going on. Get this course for $9.99 USD until 8/30/2019 using this discount code. (Be sure to clear browser cookies to get best price) Why did I write this course? I wrote this course out of frustration! You can’t … Continue reading Udemy Course: Microsoft Flow vs Azure Logic Apps..which tool should I use?
This version of #PMonCall covers a more advanced Microsoft Flow concept, but one that a customer ran into and I figured it would be worth sharing with a broader audience. Problem In this scenario, our customer has a comma delimited string and they need to parse this string and access specific indexes within the array. For example we may have a string like “a,b,c,d” and … Continue reading PM on Call: Split Strings and Access Array Indexes
Welcome to the second installment of PM on Call. If you missed my last post, go ahead and check it out here where I introduce the PM on Call concept and provide more background. Problem Another scenario that I have encountered a few times from both internal and external customers is understanding how the Do Until loop action works. There seems to be a common … Continue reading PM on Call: Do Until
Welcome to a new feature on my blog called “PM on Call”. So why this feature? I am a big fan of Gary Vaynerchuk and he has a saying “Document, don’t create”. The idea being is that people can surcome to paralysis by analysis by always trying to think of clever ways to create good content. But, what better way to create good content, than … Continue reading PM on Call: Parsing JSON Email Attachments