SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure posts from the community

  • dotnet sdk list and dotnet sdk latest
    Can someone make .NET Core better with a simple global command? Fanie Reynders did and he did it in a simple and elegant way. I'm envious, in fact, because I spec'ed this exact thing out in a meeting a few months ago but I could have just done it like he did and I would have used fewer keystrokes! Last year when .NET Core was… ... read more
    Source: Scott HanselmanPublished on 2017-07-27By Scott Hanselman
  • Microsoft launches Windows Bounty program, offering awards up to $250,000
     Microsoft has been running a bounty program for a few years now, launching it just ahead of the release of Windows 8.1 back in mid-2013. At the time, the company was awarding up to $50,000 for exploits, in an attempt to help address any potential security issues before they could become a larger public concern. It’s a tact taken by a number of tech’s biggest… ... read more
    Source: TechCrunchPublished on 2017-07-26By Brian Heater
  • Episode 189 – Partner Spotlight – CloudMonix
    We talk to Igor Paripov about CloudMonix, an Azure (and soon on AWS) cloud monitoring service provider. @ipapirov Media file:   ... read more
    Source: Azure PodcastPublished on 2017-07-26
  • How to develop a dynamic Excel Web Part in SharePoint (part 1)
    [00:00:00] Hello everyone and welcome to SharePoint power hour our this is our weekly show that we do every Wednesday at 11 Central where we stream live and talk about SharePoint Office 365 and business solutions. Business solutions are not a bunch of programming they’re not writing code and you’re not core server admins. All those other topics that fall into even. So, this is… ... read more
    Source: Collab365 CommunityPublished on 2017-07-26By Laura Rogers
  • Modern Authentication Issues – Microsoft Teams, Office 365 ProPlus activation and ADFS
    Just recently, I hit an issue at a client where the Office 365 ProPlus installation could be activated on a device that was outside of the corporate network, but not when it was inside. We eventually traced the problem to the split configuration of ADFS and the fact that Forms based logon was disabled for internal connections. Once this was enabled on the Intranet connection,… ... read more
    Source: Paul HuntPublished on 2017-07-26By Cimares
  • New collaboration features in Microsoft Teams mobile apps
    Today, we are excited to announce the ability to join meetings from the Microsoft Teams mobile apps on iOS and Android. Now you can join your private and channel meetings right from the app with one-touch, and participate with audio and HD video, as well as view shared content.  ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Teams BlogPublished on 2017-07-26By Praveen Maloo
  • Working with the Page Comments REST API in SharePoint Communication sites
    If you have been playing around with SharePoint Communication sites, you might have noticed there is commenting functionality available now on site pages. Dig deeper on how this functionality is implemented gives us some interesting findings!There is a Comments REST API available which is used to get and post comments for a particular page. This endpoint is addition to the SharePoint REST API, which means… ... read more
    Source: Vardhaman DeshpandePublished on 2017-07-26By Vardhaman Deshpande
  • Microsoft’s new Azure Container Instances make using containers fast and easy
     Barely a day passes without some news about containers and that speaks to how quickly this technology is being adopted by developers and the platforms and startups that serve them. Today it’s Microsoft’s turn to launch a new container service for its Azure cloud computing platform: Azure Container Instances (ACI). The company also today announced that it is joining the Cloud… Read More ... read more
    Source: TechCrunchPublished on 2017-07-26By Frederic Lardinois
  • Iterative approach for making repeatable Sharepoint Online CSOM and Graph API calls more robust
    In one of our project we used Azure web job which ran by scheduler and performed some periodic actions. They included Sharepoint Online CSOM calls for updating list item in Sharepoint list and Graph API calls for getting members of Azure AD group. From time to time these calls failed randomly, e.g. attempt to update list item via CSOM failed with “Version conflict” exception and… ... read more
    Source: Alexey SadomovPublished on 2017-07-26
  • Enhance Azure SQL Data Warehouse performance with new monitoring functionality for Columnstore
    Azure SQL Data Warehouse (SQL DW) is a SQL-based petabyte-scale, massively parallel, cloud solution for data warehousing. It is fully managed and highly elastic, enabling you to provision and scale capacity in minutes. You can scale compute and storage independently, allowing you to range from burst to archival scenarios. Azure SQL DW is powered by a Columnstore engine to provide super-fast performance for analytic workloads.… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-07-26By Shivani Gupta
  • The very latest Microsoft Teams News from Microsoft
    Microsoft Teams, the high-velocity chat-based collaboration service is moving at a pace, with frequent new announcements and capabilities. To help you keep up to speed, the Collab365 team has interviewed Richard Moe, a Principal Program Manager within the Teams group. Richard’s role is around Partner Ecosystem and Platform Experiences, so as well as evangelising the service, he gives us lots of information that will be… ... read more
    Source: Collab365 CommunityPublished on 2017-07-26By Mark Jones
  • New LinkedIn tool tells businesses about who’s visiting their websites
     LinkedIn is giving businesses a new way to see what kinds of audiences they’re attracting with their marketing efforts. The Website Demographics tool allows businesses to break down their website visitors across eight categories including job title, industry, company and location. After all, that’s the kind of data that we’re all providing as LinkedIn users. To connect that… Read More ... read more
    Source: TechCrunchPublished on 2017-07-26By Anthony Ha
  • Azure App Service Premium V2 in Public Preview
    Azure App Service is announcing the Public Preview of the Premium V2 tier! App Service is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offer that allows you to quickly build, deploy, and scale enterprise-grade web, mobile, and API apps running on any platform. Apps running on App Service can meet rigorous performance, scalability, security, and compliance requirements while leveraging a fully-managed platform to take care of infrastructure maintenance. The… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-07-26By Daria Grigoriu
  • Announcing App Service Isolated, more power, scale and ease of use
    Today, we are announcing the general availability of App Service Isolated, which brings the simplicity of multi-tenant App Service to the secure, dedicated virtual networks powered by App Service Environment (ASE).  Azure App Service is Microsoft’s leading PaaS (Platform as a Service) offering hosting over 1 million external apps and sites. It helps you build, deploy and scale web, mobile and API apps instantaneously without… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-07-26By Stella Lin
  • Microsoft joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation
    I’m excited to share that we have just joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a Platinum member. CNCF is a part of the Linux Foundation, which helps govern for a wide range of cloud-oriented open source projects, such as Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, Linkerd, containerd, Helm, gRPC, and many others. Since we joined the Linux Foundation last year, and now have decided to… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-07-26By John Gossman
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