Month: March 2019

Changing the type of a column in Azure Table Storage

Azure Table Storage is a simple storage solution, which gives you the possibility to leverage NoSQL capabilities combined with low cost and easy configuration. It is very liberal when it comes to schema restrictions(in fact, it allows you to store different schemas inside a single table) and aims at storing unstructured and often raw data, Read More

Getting started with Java in Azure Functions

Some time ago, Java support in Azure Functions went from a public preview to GA. This means, that you should be able to leverage the capabilities of the Java programming language even on the production environments(taking into consideration the official support from Microsoft). I’ve had a chance to play a little bit with the newest Read More

My book amongst “7 Best New PaaS Books To Read In 2019”

Not expected that, but I’m happy to announce, that my latest book “Hands-on Azure for Developers” made the top of the new PaaS books list 🙂 Read More

Developing services with Azure Functions 2.0 workshop

There are still some places left for the upcoming workshop during AzureDay 2019 in Poland, where I and Jakub Gutkowski will show you, what is the most efficient way to work with Azure Functions. Here you can find the full agenda: With the newest version of Azure Functions, written in .NET Core, you can create Read More