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Installing and Updating the Azure Az PowerShell module (vs. AzureRM)

Remove the AzureRM PowerShell module To install the Az PowerShell module, you must first remove the AzureRM module.  You can check which version(s) of AzureRM you already have installed. If you see a message like the following, then you’re ready to install the Az PowerShell module. PackageManagement\Get-Package : No match was found for the specified …

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Authenticate to a WebAPI using AAD with SQL Server

Prerequisites Have an Azure subscription. Have an Azure SQL Server in that subscription. Have an Azure SQL database named “Logbook” hosted by that Azure SQL Server. Install the Az PowerShell Module. Install the latest version of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) (currently v18.5). Background Information This uses SQL Server Express LocalDB, not full …

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The Windows Command-Line: Windows Terminal & WSL 2 (SK135)

Kayla Cinnamon and Craig Loewen Windows Terminal Version 1.0 has shipped! Links Windows Store: Stable channel with monthly releases. First update after v1.0 scheduled for July 2020. Windows Terminal Preview in the Store: First update scheduled for June 2020. GitHub Repo: Blog: Docs: Demo You can tell that the application …

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Creating Microsoft 365 apps with Microsoft Graph Toolkit

Wednesday, May 20, 3:30 PM – 3:45 PM EDT Nikola Metulev, Microsoft (@metulev) I had really wanted to see Nikola build a Toolkit app from end-to-end, but he only had 15 minutes for the entire demo and discussion.  Here are the links I think I need to be able to build the demo. …

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The Journey to One .NET – Live

Wednesday, May 2012:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT Scott Hanselman, Microsoft; Scott Hunter, Microsoft Demo: Created a Blazor WebAssembly app in VS You can check PWA. Showing local variables in the browser while debugging, which has only worked for a couple of months. Can debug the backend API in VS. Set breakpoints. This is full-stack …

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