Build function app with cloud shell on your iPhone

On the usual train travels to my current client, I had planned to build a Azure Function App for a upcoming project on my Surface Pro but the train that turned up was so busy it was standing room only.

So, in a huge moment of geekiness, I thought let’s give the new Azure Cloud Shell a go… on the train… on my iPhone…eek!

Getting started

To get started, you will need an Azure subscription. Next go to the iPhone app store and grab the Azure app – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/microsoft-azure/id1219013620?mt=8

Open the app and sign in to your Azure subscription.

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SharePoint Communication Sites, the new Publishing Sites

Today, at the SharePoint Virtual Summit 2017, Microsoft announced the next wave of upcoming innovation around four key themes, Share with confidence, Transform business process, Inform and engage employees and Harness collective knowledge. In this post, we focusing around the awesome new modern experience for the classic Publishing Sites, called “Communication Sites” in the Inform and engage employees section of the Summit.

Create Communication Site

The new name for Publishing Sites better describes what this feature is all about, the Intranet. In our time working with this classic experience, we have developed a few intranets using Publishing Sites, to build extensively customised experiences for our customers, mainly focused around communication providing a hub for users to go to find out news, events, policies and guidance on business processes.

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Ignite: Building and running SharePoint Online

Have you ever wondered how Microsoft manage SharePoint Online?

Recently the Microsoft Ignite Conferences have released presentations showing how they have implemented such a large scale SharePoint/OneDrive platform across the world.

It truly is amazing to watch and marvel over the architecture:

I’d love to get hold of the machine learning software that auto-fixes environments ­čśë

I didn’t come by this during a random google, the new Microsoft Tech Community posted this in forum under ignite content. I highly recommend joining this community as this has now replaced the Yammer Group.

Enjoy!

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