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Jeff Hollan
Principal PM Mgr for Microsoft Azure Functions - . I help build cloud stuff. Thoughts shared are my own.
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Jeff Hollan 4h
5 terms I wouldn’t have recognized 5 years ago... better together Generate Logic Apps and Flows to Publish Smart Contract Events to Event Grid and Service Bus -
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Jeff Hollan 4h
Soon. And happy to support production workloads betore official GA. Feel free to send me a note jehollan@microsoft.com
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Jeff Hollan 5h
Replying to @thdotnet
Oh absolutely!
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Jeff Hollan 8h
Have had the privilege to work closely with team over last few weeks as we’ve built out some improved tooling for a few customers who are already anxiously running. Very excited about this announcement and partnership ⚡️
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Azure Functions 9h
Be sure to join our webcast tomorrow at this time (11am PDT)! Special guest will share updates on .NET Core 3, has some new features to show, and we’ll answer all of your questions live 🙌
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Jeff Hollan 10h
Wow. Watched the first episode of - it’s heavy - but such an important story. Doesn’t paint anyone involved as trying to be “bad guy” but shows how awful victim blaming can be and trauma people experience. One of those shows that will stick with me.
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Jeff Hollan 11h
And we’re tracking :) and making progress thanks to
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Jeff Hollan 12h
Replying to @MoeBrueC
All good incremental improvements but haven’t seen anything yet that makes me think we’ve really disrupted the space. I don’t even know if disruption will come as a smart phone at this point or some other ancillary device
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Jeff Hollan 22h
Just stumbled upon a video of the first iPhone announcement - crazy to think how truly revolutionary that was, and how so many of the amazing features seem so silly now (auto switch between portrait / landscape, full screen touch, pinch and zoom, etc.)
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Jeff Hollan 23h
Is Serverless really as cheap as everyone claims? Insightful article from you should read. I’ll add that for the “threshold” where per instance pricing may be less expensive than per execution, functions premium plan offers just that 🥳
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Matt Steele Sep 16
I built a GitHub Action to dispense candy whenever I commit code
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Jeff Hollan Sep 16
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Jeff Hollan Sep 16
Replying to @crmviking
gave a session on this at Build. You can substitute "Blazor" for any framework (e.g. Angular / React / Vue).
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Jeff Hollan Sep 16
Actually funny in that shortly after this tweet a few people recommended so switching over. Will still use a browser extension but seems all around awesome
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Jeff Hollan Sep 16
Switching to a password manager (for me personally it is LastPass) was one of the best choices I made in last 3 years. Even with this weird quirk they patched - I don’t reconsider even for a second
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Jeff Hollan Sep 16
Functions Everywhere
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Jeff Hollan Sep 16
Yep on all fronts. Premium is more the “always on” and pre warmed approach with zero cold start even during scale. But does have a cost for that pre warm. Pingers are still used from time to time and also tracking a few big features to bring down cold start all up.
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Jeff Hollan Sep 14
Awesome shirt!
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Jeff Hollan Sep 14
"How YOU can build a Serverless C# .Net Core API in no time, with bindings and a Database" by
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Jeff Hollan Sep 13
It's why I pointed you right to the file 😁 let us know what you think
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