TDD is linked to the notion of built-in quality. You don’t test quality as an afterthought, at the end of the process. You build in quality checks at the start of the process. In SAFe, the TDD approach is linked to the Gherkin Given When Then syntax. There’s a extension named Specflow, that you can use in Visual Studio.
With Draw.io you can create flowcharts, organizational charts, ER diagrams, logos, process diagrams, network diagrams, UML, and more.
Microsoft does have Azure AD B2C as a solution for CIAM, but for more complicated Customer Identity and Access Management scenarios Microft has no real offering. That’s the reason why you might consider specialized solutions like Auth0 (pronounce Auth Zero).
Nowadays, corporate data are a very important asset. Listen to the last episode of my PodBean podcast TwoCents On Air. Here, I will reflect on how we can unify the world of BI and integration.
Azure CLI (or Bash) is a cross-platform command-line interface with commands to create and manage Azure resources. It’s an easy-to-use to use, cross-platform alternative for Powershell.
The FreeFormatter tool contains JSON Escape functionality and many other great tools, such as converters, encoders, formatters and validators for different formats. Check it out!
To get a bit further in Postman, check out the Postman Learning Center. Especially valuable for professional test automation including scripts.
Via the Kusto Query Language you cannot only query Log Analytics, but also Application Insights. We typically query Application Insights to get insight into API Management calls.
This post expalins how to edit, build and run functions on your local development machine using Visual Studio Code.
Example Kusto Query with a subquery. The query uses a tracked property and an alias to get a short column name for the tracked property and not the long technical notation.