Mar 292018
 
 March 29, 2018  Posted by at 10:42 am .NET Core, Azure, C# & F# No Responses »
Getting Started with Azure Translator API

My dear friend Jonas is currently learning Chinese as his partner is from China. She is learning Swedish, and he is learning Chinese. Since we now work together I get to hear about his progress pretty much every day, and on several occasions, he has expressed his frustration with the quality of translation and study […]

Mar 222018
 
 March 22, 2018  Posted by at 7:08 am Visual Studio No Responses »
When NuGet is down...

I just did a session at TechDays Finland and although the session went really well I did have some unexpected issues. One hour before my session NuGet.org went down, and I had just cloned my repository for my session- and my session was pretty much code only. I ended up starting my session by showing how […]

Mar 162018
 
 March 16, 2018  Posted by at 12:44 pm Azure Log Analytics, PowerShell No Responses »
Application Insights API: Log Analytics queries using PowerShell

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that I have another blog post on Application Insights- I can’t help it, I’m smitten. The Log Analytics interface can be a bit intimidating, and same goes for the charts for Application Insight resources. It has been frustrating that I can’t really get my colleagues to use them more, […]

Mar 152018
 
 March 15, 2018  Posted by at 2:54 am Azure, Azure Log Analytics No Responses »
Logging SQL Queries with Application Insights

The more I use Log Analytics the bigger the fan of Application Insights I’m becoming. The query language is fantastic, the Application Insights service and tooling around it amazing. Yesterday I added Application Insights logging in our QA environment as well, to track SQL queries in particular so we can create some clever queries that […]

Mar 132018
 
 March 13, 2018  Posted by at 10:49 am SQL Comments Off on GDPR Tools in SSMS
GDPR Tools in SSMS

Quick post before I head home from work! I spent most my day updating my environment and one of the things I updated was SSMS. I was very excited to update SSMS as it has some new features that came out late 2017 that I hadn’t tried yet. With the GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation […]

Mar 112018
 
 March 11, 2018  Posted by at 10:27 am DIY, Random 3 Responses »
Dell XPS 13 Plugged in, not charging

While at the summit my laptop stopped charging- which was incredibly frustrating. I borrowed a charger from another MVP, and it seemed to charge. But once I came back home it stopped charging again and I was met with the following message: The power adapter attached to your system is not recognized. Attach a supported […]