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Fabio Cavalcante
Dev at Microsoft working on Azure Functions
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Fabio Cavalcante 2h
Replying to @jeffhollan
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Matthew Henderson Oct 15
Now generally available: Key Vault references for App Services and Azure Functions! I cannot tell you how excited I am to finally get this to GA.
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Fabio Cavalcante Oct 15
Added a comment to the issue, but this will come with the version announced here: Please subscribe as we'll have updates on that very soon.
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Fabio Cavalcante Oct 14
Replying to @jeffhollan @Spotify
What you don’t know is that I did work with your kids to get your recommendations just right. You’re welcome.
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Fabio Cavalcante Oct 10
Replying to @amritsidhu61
There are no preview/unstable releases within a major supported version. Not at the computer at the moment, but will transfer this issue for triage. In the meantime, you can explicitly reference the previous version for mitigation while the issue is investigated
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Fabio Cavalcante Oct 10
If your App uses "latest" as the runtime version, please see this:
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Fabio Cavalcante Oct 10
It's worth noting that the only things you need to align versions with are .NET/ASP.NET and WebJobs dependencies. Functions are free to use newer versions of other dependencies (storage is an example of that). Unification and resolution for those work as they do in .NET Core.
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Fabio Cavalcante Oct 1
That's good to know. Yeah, you can DM those details and I can follow up with the right folks.
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Fabio Cavalcante Oct 1
Not aware of issues, but would you be able to share your Function App name so we can take a closer look? (you can also do that privately ) /cc
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Fabio Cavalcante Sep 28
Indeed. Support for .NET Core 3.0 in Functions is coming in October:
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Fabio Cavalcante Sep 24
Replying to @haacked
In Brazil, it’s Kkkkkkkkkk, the difference is that it doesn’t make a lot of sense in Portuguese in that case 😀
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Fabio Cavalcante Sep 23
Yes! The update to 2.2.7 is rolling out now. You can follow this announcement for updates:
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Azure Functions Sep 10
.NET Core 3 is coming to Functions soon 🎊🎉 Here’s what and when you can expect to try it out!
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Fabio Cavalcante Sep 5
Have you tried the patch? Still experiencing the same there? If you could open an issue on GH with more details if what you are seeing is not addressed by the fix, that would be very helpful.
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Fabio Cavalcante Sep 5
Had a blast chatting with about DI!
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Fabio Cavalcante Sep 5
I’m assuming you’ve seen the issue tracking this ( )The fix for this issue has been out for validation for a little while and instructions on how to apply the patch are in the issue if you’d like to try. Deployment will be happening soon
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Jeff Hollan Sep 3
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Fabio Cavalcante Aug 12
Should be fixed now. Thanks for the ping!
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Fabio Cavalcante Aug 12
Out of office but will ping the right folks to correct this.
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Fabio Cavalcante Aug 4
Replying to @nzthiago
Hang in there!
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