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Analyze data in Azure Data Explorer dashboards

Azure Data Explorer is a fast and powerful Azure service for analyzing real-time data. Let’s see how to create a dashboard and make it available for users who may not be familiar with Kusto.

Unexpected Azure Storage Account transactions caused by Azure Function BlobTrigger

Unexpected Azure Storage Account transactions caused by Azure Function BlobTrigger, how to identify the problem and how to solve it.

Azure Functions with Entity Framework

Entity Framework is known for its capability of object based development, maintainability and for reducing development time and cost. I added Entity Framework within an Azure Function App demo project.

Data quality in Azure Stream Analytics

High quality data is necessary to create reliable business insights, but how do you evaluate this for Azure Stream Analytics? In my latest article, I will explain how this can be done by creating test cases for Stream Analytics.

Test-driven database development

Test-driven development is a known approach in software development, where you write the tests first before you write your production code. Using this approach will result in writing better test coverage and better-quality code. Test-driven database development (TDDD) is a term that is less well known. But it is basically the same, only for database development.

Azure IoT Simulated Device

When developing an IoT solution, the connected devices are not always available from the start. An ideal solution for this is to temporarily simulate a device.

Also, a simulated device is ideal for test work. Since we control the simulated device ourselves, we can explore boundary-value, for example.

In this article I will go further into what is needed and how to make a simulated device.

C# library for SSIS

Last I found several SSIS packages with the same code in different script tasks. Because the code was duplicated it was hard to maintain. That’s is why we created a C# library and used the library in the script tasks.

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